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The issue is likely not the folders Read-only status, it would be that the user has a new GUID identity. As I mentioned, it is now an attribute for a folder used under XP as a "flag" to whether there is a Desktop.ini to process or not. Outlook Express may not be installed correctly. Six Steps to Restore SpeedCall this one of the most heard complaints - a computer that once raced through complex processes now stammers and ...Mobile Apps for Business Leaders: You Just

The good news: I went to one of the forums on one of the links posted by Welshjim and they said to search for .dbx files and make sure there aren't I found it and renamed it like you said but OE still will not start. It is used as a flag to Explorer whether it needs to process a Desktop.ini file or not. Have you been worrying over the security of your Facebook ...

Thanks Reply Subscribe Best Answer Thai Pepper OP [email protected] Sep 29, 2010 at 3:00 UTC Turns out the is a fault with Windows Search service. I have not done anything to the registery. Anyway, all is resumed and now I'm off to print ALL my emails off before it happens again Lesson learnt..... I tried an XP restore to an earilier date but that did not work either.