Apr 052008

If when you try to start Explorer you get the error message

Windows Explorer Error: “Class not registered”

then you may need to re-register ExplorerFrame.dll .

To do so, Start > Run > regsvr32 ExplorerFrame.dll click OK.

If it doesn’t help, then its quite possible that your ExplorerFrame.dll may have been corrupted and that you may have to be replace it with a ‘good’ one. System Restore would be an option to consider or else search for its ‘Previous Versions’ through the Files Properties Box.

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