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  1. My old ironhorse computer recently nearly crashed. I've managed to revive it only to now have re-install windows and an EXPLORER.EXE error. I'm missing a shlwapi.dll file it says. Also, if you have a copy of the all-language version of the Shell32.dll file for Win98 that was created here by a power user long ago I need it too! plz reply here and I'll pm you my email address to send it! Thanks a million guyz ! RESOLVED!! I just found an old computer with WinXP on it and copied it's version of shlwapi.dll to my computer and it worked. I then oped up winfile.exe and typed control appwiz.cpl in the RUN box and un-installed Internet Explorer. The only IRONHORSE computer gallops onwards!!
  2. Okay, I'm currently running Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 3 installed as a guest OS for a while under VMware Player and so far, I'm starting to experience some side effects to updating Windows XP. For some reason, while I'm using the 32-bit Microsoft Windows File Manager (found under \WINDOWS\System32\winfile.exe and originally taken from a Windows NT 4.0 SP6a installation), the CPU utilitisation spikes up between at least 85% to 100% and stays there until I terminate the process. Closing File Manager has no effect and the process remains there until I use either Process Explorer or the Windows Task Manager to close the misbehaving winfile.exe process. I believe that one of the security updates from June 2012 had a affect on this. I have provided a screenshot of what the problem looks like: How can I fix the problem regarding the excessive CPU usage running Windows File Manager?

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