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    explorer.exe [not IE :) ] not associated...no run no go...

    I did not make a copy of the exact two-sentence error regarding Windows 7 Pro's explorer.exe not being associated, thus no run no go. I would like very much if youse all who have solved this before -- please post your solutions here. I will copyNpaste into a file onto my harddrive, meaning USB or DVD boot & reading and applying the solutions. I'm using nonOEM official Microsoft blue-disk Windows 7 Professional.
    Ok, I will post what worked this time [it did not work for my earlier now gone Windows 8.0]: Windows Repair (All in One) -- embedded were my choices:
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    Anticipating backup/restore replies, yes, that would have been my next move, restoring a cdrive image that is about 1 week+ old. I'm not certain if system restore and/or registry restore would have worked 'cause I had none of those backups at that point.
    I have set up Tweaking.com's registry backup to daily make backups at logon. Does anyone know how to tell Task Scheduler to make a System Restore Point at logon?
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    Roland,

    Take a look at this article. HTH
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    Hi Roland,

    Have a read through and try the Directory and Folder ones of these first and then the rest if needed http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/fi...for-windows-7/

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    Quote Originally Posted by RetiredGeek View Post
    Roland, Take a look at this article. HTH
    Done! Thanks, both shortcuts made in proper places
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    sudo15, thanks for your reply! I have that zipfile stored, ready for use, if/when needed
    "Take care of thy backups and thy restores shall take care of thee." Ben Franklin revisited.
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