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Robert Braid
2019/01/01 20:25
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windows 10 on a pc
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Answered by
Lokesh Yadav
2019/01/05 15:51
Hi Robert,

Here’re some fixes you can try to fix your problem. You may not have to try them all; just work from the first one until you solve your problem.

Fix 1: Clear File explorer history
1) Type control in the search box from Start. Then click Control Panel from the result.



2) Enter filein the search box on the top right of the Control Panel window. Then click File Explorer Options from the result.

3) Click Clear to clear File Explorer history. Then click Apply > OK.


4) Press the Windows logo key and E at the same time to open your File Explorer and check to see if it works fine.

Fix 2: Launch folder windows in a separate process
1) Type control in the search box from Start. Then click Control Panel from the result.



2) Enter filein the search box on the top right of the Control Panel window. Then click File Explorer Options from the result.


3) Tap on the View pane. Tick on Launch folder windows in a separate process in Advanced settings. Click Apply > OK.


4) Press the Windows logo key and E at the same time to open your File Explorer and check to see if it works fine.

Fix 3: Run winsock reset
1) Type cmd in the search box from Start. Then right-click Command Prompt to select Run as administrator.


2) Click Yes when prompted by the User Account Control.
3) Type the following commandin the Command Prompt window and press Enter to run it.
netsh winsock reset




4) Reboot your Windows 10.
5) Press the Windows logo key and E at the same time to open your File Explorer and check to see if it works fine.

Fix 4: Full Permission
1) On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and E at the same time to open the File Explorer.

2) Right-click on any file folder in your File Explorer. Then click Properties.



3) Tap on the Security pane.Then click Advanced.


4) Click Change on the pop-up window. Then enter your account name in the box and then click OK.

NOTE: If you aren’t sure your account name, follow these:
Click Advanced > Find Now.
Find and click your account from search results.
Then click OK to on the previous window.


5) Now it will automatically back on Advanced Security Settings window.
Tick on Replace owner on subcontainers and objects.Then click OK.



6) Back on your File Explorer window, this time right-click on the file folder which you want to set full access to your account. And click Properties.
Then click Advanced > Add.



7) Click Select a principal. Then enter your account as the previous steps you set and click OK.


8) Once you had set your principal, set the Type to Allow. Tick on Full Control under Basic permissions. Then click OK.



9) Click OK when it back on each previous window.
10) Press the Windows logo key and E at the same time to open your File Explorer and check to see if it works fine.

I hope this helps.

Regards,
Lokesh


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