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10-Apr-2013, 07:26 PM #1
Folders Stopped Working?
I have had my laptop since Christmas (Sony Vaio if it matters at all) and I have not had problems with it until yesterday. Skype ended up freezing my computer several times and I updated windows and the laptop as the computer told me to. When I restarted my computer, however, all of my libraries are unclickable. This is what it looks like when I try to click on anything in the library.
Help? (I have tried right clicking the library and hitting "reset" and it doesn't work) .
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13-Apr-2013, 12:33 PM #2

1. Welcome to Tech Support Guy
Sorry you have waited a couple of days for a reply

2. It depends on what "updated the laptop, as the computer told me to" means
Please go to Computer, open C Drive, click the folder Users, then click your name, then click "My Pictures"

Even although they are not in the Library, are they there please, and the same with Documents, Music etc.
Please QUERY any of my advice, that you do not understand.
I will do my best to respond to your posts, as soon as possible. Please bear in mind any time difference, I am in the UK.
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