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  1. Disable all third party extensions. Click the...

    Disable all third party extensions. Click the Tools menu, choose Manage Add-Ons. Disable all extensions.
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    You might have to remove mouse and keyboard...

    You might have to remove mouse and keyboard driver and reinstall it once again. Here's how to do that with Device Manager:

    1. Click Start.
    2. Type "Device Manager" in the Search Box.
    3. Press...
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    Just disable all startup and services items and...

    Just disable all startup and services items and check if the problem still persists. Here are the necessary instructions:

    1. Click Start, select Run.
    2. Type MSCONFIG
    3. Press ENTER.
    4. Click...
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    Did you cleaned computer cache? Try that one....

    Did you cleaned computer cache? Try that one. Click Start, point to All Programs | Accessories and then select Disk CleanUp. Select a disk drive, click OK.
  5. To prevent Windows Explorer crashes check if...

    To prevent Windows Explorer crashes check if there are any malfunctioning shell extensions. Disable or uninstall shell extensions that you suspect are the root reasons.
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    You need to scan system files with SFC and check...

    You need to scan system files with SFC and check problems with them. Do the steps given below:

    1. Insert Windows disc.
    2. Click Start, type "CMD"
    3. Press ENTER.
    4. Type and execute the...
  7. I'm sure this is a problem associated with the...

    I'm sure this is a problem associated with the shell extensions. Shell extensions are the right click menu items (technically known as, context menu items). In your case, malfunctioning shell...
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    There are some incomplete and failed Windows...

    There are some incomplete and failed Windows updates installation. What you have to do is uninstall their traces completely, reboot your system and then fresh reinstall Windows Updates again. Here's...
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    BSOD occurs due to problem pertaining with the...

    BSOD occurs due to problem pertaining with the system files, startup problems. Here are some common diagnostic:

    Repair System Files

    1. Insert Windows installation.
    2. Click Start, select Run....
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    Well, I would suggest using a Rescue Disc in this...

    Well, I would suggest using a Rescue Disc in this case.
  11. I think you might have to try Office Diagnostic...

    I think you might have to try Office Diagnostic program. If I'm not wrong; the program shortcut is located in the Start menu for earlier versions (like Office 2003, 2002, XP) and for newer versions...
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