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Windows Explorer 'browse For Folder' Problem


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After installation can't see any folders in popup window dialog 'Browse for Folders'.

 

For example, click on 'Data - Copy' tab -> 'Backup Files' -> Browse

 

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The same result is everywhere, with any program (in Windows XP), where is 'Browse' button which opens similar window.

 

 

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Any ad blockers or pop-up blockers? If so, check the settings.

 

I think a lot of the difficulty I'm having with some pages missing the 'enter' button (i.e., leave feedback on eBay) are adblocker-related (if I reload with CTRL down, the button returns). Mostly, I switch to FireFox for those sites.

 

Lynn

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Any ad blockers or pop-up blockers? If so, check the settings.

 

I think a lot of the difficulty I'm having with some pages missing the 'enter' button (i.e., leave feedback on eBay) are adblocker-related (if I reload with CTRL down, the button returns). Mostly, I switch to FireFox for those sites.

 

Lynn

 

 

Lynn, they're talking about 'Windows Explorer' not 'Internet Explorer'.... :blink:

 

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I would do a Clean Install, Here, clearly something failed…

I will try.

 

Any ad blockers or pop-up blockers?

That is not in Internet Explorer (IE) and not connected with websites popup windows etc. So ad blockers can't affect.

That's clearly internal - Windows Explorer (in Windows XP).

 

For example, Open Windows Explorer (in Windows XP). Then

 

File -> New -> Shortcut -> Browse...

 

and same result as on screenshot - no local folders.

 

Looks like BOT in the background

That's not only in 'BackOnTrack application. If I close Roxio and do any another similar action in Windows XP - I have same result.

 

I will try clean install.

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That is not in Internet Explorer (IE) and not connected with websites popup windows etc. So ad blockers can't affect.

That's clearly internal - Windows Explorer (in Windows XP).

 

It's our contention that there's clearly some confusion here. Luckily there's only one person confused and it's not you. :lol::lol::lol:

 

Let us know how you get on with the clean install please, Sergey.

 

 

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It's our contention that there's clearly some confusion here. Luckily there's only one person confused and it's not you. :lol::lol::lol:

 

Let us know how you get on with the clean install please, Sergey.

And it's not the first time there has been confusion..

:rolleyes:

Pleased clean install solved your poblem...Sergey

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