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I have a very strange problem. For some hours now a single entry of the windows explorer's context menu (actually the "Copy" entry) is permanently displayed. It's top most in the z Buffer obviously since it overlays all other windows. I killed all running explorer processes but the entry stays visible. Any idea how to get rid of it short from logging out and back in?

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closed as too localized by slhck Jan 31 '13 at 21:42

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Ok, got it. Had to kill dwm.exe via the task manager. Meh... Sorry to bother.

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