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Assuming a BSOD (especially many) has not been caused by damage to operating system files & applications is pretty brazen. Since you don't really have any evidence otherwise, the first suspect should be those crashes. Until the crashes are ruled out, Ignoring them as a possible cause or symptom of your issues is a waste of both your time and ours. I ...


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Try and run a SFC scan Go to start menu and type in cmd. Run it as admin. Enter sfc.exe/scannow Wait till it is finished then reboot


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The verifier.dll indicates that you have enabled Application Verifier for Explorer.exe. To solve this, disable Application verifier again, by deleting the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\explorer.exe which can be done with this .reg file from my OneDrive.


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Try to uninstall the software(discord) with a 3rd party uninstaller(eg Revo uninstaller). This will make sure everthing that is related to this software is deleted. Hope this help. ps. Reinstall it if it doesn't help :D


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This is commonly caused by third party shell extensions. You can view all currently loaded shell extensions with this tool: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/shexview.html You should note all non Windows/Microsoft shell extensions and try disabling them 1 at a time until you find the culprit.


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According to this question, the problem seems to be caused by network discovery. Try going to Network and Sharing Center, go to Advanced sharing settings, and check Turn off network discovery. It could also be caused by a problem with loading thumbnails, or a network drive that is hung up.


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I solved the problem by uninstalling StartIsBack+. In fact it was still installed but not present in Windows program list, so I used CCleaner.


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You may want to check the power supply. Voltages can read OK but as the machine boots it starts to draw more current and that can cause the system to just crash. If it is a no name brand 3 years is about right for a dying power supply. Replace it if there is any doubt before it fries the system. Most people overlook the importance of a good power supply such ...


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You could also do this from a python script: import os from time import sleep os.system("taskkill /f /im explorer.exe") sleep(3) os.system("start C:\Windows\explorer.exe") Note: you have to supply the full path: C:\Windows\explorer.exe otherwise it opens a folder window instead of restoring the taskbar.


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I finally found the OneDrive troubleshooter, that had to be run a few times in vain before it finally fixed the problem. OneDrive still occasionally crashes but it at least functional most of the time.


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You should post some better internal info > Like Speccy, which offers specs, temperature, SMART, etc... more than a simple task manager screenshot. Alternatively, there are basic things you can do to diagnose/fix a slow computer. Here's a list of tutorials, programs, etc... you should checkout. ~ CCleaner ~ Remove known junk using Revo ~ WinKey+R ...


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Your disk is maxed out because your system did not shut down properly, and now the disk has to be checked for corruption. This will max out disk usage until the check is complete.


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you might have some background tasks running for some of the software Clean up your PC with different options, and once its done, it will be faster than before. Dont keep huge files on desktop (this takes up ram space. Pressing refresh doesnt have any effect on the RAM shrinking). Just maintain simple links to files Clean up background tasks. Goto -> ...



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