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Explorer.exe error every time at Windows 8 start up

  1. #31


    Posts : 1
    Windows 8

    Thanks Qdezi


    I registered here, just to thank you for your solution. It worked
    Thanks again Qdezi

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  2. #32


    Posts : 1
    windows 8


    Quote Originally Posted by Qdezi View Post
    Well well well. This is my 1st post here. I reg this forums 'coz I've found the solution for your problem and want to share it with you all!
    Since I read the instruction of Abhishek above and did exactly these steps, I found that the error appears due to a file called msuwflvuc.exe, located in C:\Users\[Your Account]\Local Settings\Temp. This might be a malware which is unknown but classified in "High risk level" by Norton Internet Security 2013. NIS quarantines the file, while doesnot delete the concerned registry key. And I guess you're using an antivirus software that acting the same way as NIS. So the situation is, the registry key still exists while the executive file has been removed, and it makes the trouble! Let see how to deal with this sh!t.

    1. Press Windows + R to run Regedit
    2. Follow the address: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows]
    3. You will see the string called Load, and its value is something like this: [...]\LOCALS~1\Temp\msuwflvuc.exe
    --> That's the root of the issue.
    4. Make sure you have permission to edit the key, by clicking menu Edit > Permissions..., then tick the box Full Control in the Allow column > OK.
    5. Just delete the string Load you've seen in step 3.
    Ta-da! Restart and enjoy!

    Thanks for sharing. Have tried your instruction and it works.
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  3. #33


    Posts : 1
    Windows 8


    Quote Originally Posted by judecastro View Post
    Every time I open my computer a go to the Desktop I encounter an alert dialogue box that shows nothing but a blank alert dialogue box with the warning icon (exclamation point inside a yellow triangle) and an "OK" option. Just that. No other message. The title of the dialogue box is Explorer.exe. When I click "OK" or close it (by clicking "X") the dialogue box appears again and insists for two or three times.

    Attachment 16137

    The weird thing is, last night the dialogue box has a message saying, if I remember correctly, "Explorer.exe not found." But I'm not very sure if that's exactly the message, since I just clicked "OK" (again for three times) and decided to fix it tomorrow morning. But now, the alert dialogue box is just blank. So I don't know what kind of error it's warning me now.

    By the way, I'm using Windows 8, which crashes occasionally. Any help?
    ...
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  4. #34


    Posts : 1
    windows 8

    great!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Qdezi View Post
    Well well well. This is my 1st post here. I reg this forums 'coz I've found the solution for your problem and want to share it with you all!
    Since I read the instruction of Abhishek above and did exactly these steps, I found that the error appears due to a file called msuwflvuc.exe, located in C:\Users\[Your Account]\Local Settings\Temp. This might be a malware which is unknown but classified in "High risk level" by Norton Internet Security 2013. NIS quarantines the file, while doesnot delete the concerned registry key. And I guess you're using an antivirus software that acting the same way as NIS. So the situation is, the registry key still exists while the executive file has been removed, and it makes the trouble! Let see how to deal with this sh!t.

    1. Press Windows + R to run Regedit
    2. Follow the address: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows]
    3. You will see the string called Load, and its value is something like this: [...]\LOCALS~1\Temp\msuwflvuc.exe
    --> That's the root of the issue.
    4. Make sure you have permission to edit the key, by clicking menu Edit > Permissions..., then tick the box Full Control in the Allow column > OK.
    5. Just delete the string Load you've seen in step 3.
    Ta-da! Restart and enjoy!
    thanks!!!
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  5. #35

    this works for me. Cool..


    this works for me
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  6. #36


    please help me mr.abishek I had problem with explorer.exe. it appears on every windows starup and am in trouble with it .please give me solution for it
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  7. #37


    Indore
    Posts : 6
    Windows 8


    Quote Originally Posted by Qdezi View Post
    Well well well. This is my 1st post here. I reg this forums 'coz I've found the solution for your problem and want to share it with you all!
    Since I read the instruction of Abhishek above and did exactly these steps, I found that the error appears due to a file called msuwflvuc.exe, located in C:\Users\[Your Account]\Local Settings\Temp. This might be a malware which is unknown but classified in "High risk level" by Norton Internet Security 2013. NIS quarantines the file, while doesnot delete the concerned registry key. And I guess you're using an antivirus software that acting the same way as NIS. So the situation is, the registry key still exists while the executive file has been removed, and it makes the trouble! Let see how to deal with this sh!t.

    1. Press Windows + R to run Regedit
    2. Follow the address: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows]
    3. You will see the string called Load, and its value is something like this: [...]\LOCALS~1\Temp\msuwflvuc.exe
    --> That's the root of the issue.
    4. Make sure you have permission to edit the key, by clicking menu Edit > Permissions..., then tick the box Full Control in the Allow column > OK.
    5. Just delete the string Load you've seen in step 3.
    Ta-da! Restart and enjoy!
    Thanks a lot. it worked for me
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  8. #38


    Posts : 1
    Windows 8.1 Pro


    Quote Originally Posted by Qdezi View Post
    Well well well. This is my 1st post here. I reg this forums 'coz I've found the solution for your problem and want to share it with you all!
    Since I read the instruction of Abhishek above and did exactly these steps, I found that the error appears due to a file called msuwflvuc.exe, located in C:\Users\[Your Account]\Local Settings\Temp. This might be a malware which is unknown but classified in "High risk level" by Norton Internet Security 2013. NIS quarantines the file, while doesnot delete the concerned registry key. And I guess you're using an antivirus software that acting the same way as NIS. So the situation is, the registry key still exists while the executive file has been removed, and it makes the trouble! Let see how to deal with this sh!t.

    1. Press Windows + R to run Regedit
    2. Follow the address: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows]
    3. You will see the string called Load, and its value is something like this: [...]\LOCALS~1\Temp\msuwflvuc.exe
    --> That's the root of the issue.
    4. Make sure you have permission to edit the key, by clicking menu Edit > Permissions..., then tick the box Full Control in the Allow column > OK.
    5. Just delete the string Load you've seen in step 3.
    Ta-da! Restart and enjoy!
    I need help! I found the "Load" string in the Registry Editor, but I can't delete it! I get an alert box that says "Unable to delete all specified values". I checked my permissions and tried to set full control but I get another alert box that says "Unable to save permissions on Windows. Access is denied". Yes, I am logged in as administrator and I have no idea why it won't let me change the permissions. Can someone please help me with this?
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  9. #39


    Posts : 3
    windows 8


    Quote Originally Posted by alkinzpuff View Post
    pre anong version gamit m? try mo re install win 8 mo.
    windows 8 po ang gamit ko is there any way to rectify this problem? there is a lot of errors existing in windows 8.1 how can we solve this problem is the microsoft is doing something for this issue? please send me your reply jamjesper08@yahoo.com
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  10. #40


    Posts : 3
    windows 8


    ahm sir dudzkie13 i followed you step in rectifying the explorer.exe but the load file roots is not what you have written on the procedure in my string load... it is c:\Users\user]LOCALS`1\Temp]ccubaxirq.pif please help me its very annoying. this is my email please help thanks... jamjesper08@yahoo.com
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