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Roxio Context Menu Causes Windwos Explorer To Hang


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The problem I have been having was Windows Explorer would hang when evr I right clicked on an Icon or folde or file. The problem seems to be with RXDExtShlExt Class context menu. This indicates the Roxio Drive Emulator version 14.4.4.44 and I was wondering how to resolve this issue so I can enable this item. With this disabled Explorer works great again.

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I am using Windows 7 32bit. The error occured anything I right clicked on anything. It could be a desktop icon, a file folder etc...

I used ShellExView to list all the context handlers. With it you can disable items till you find the one causing the issue and then leave it disabled. It is a very useful tool. I just wondering if Roxio Virtual drive is required and if it is how to enabled it without the problem occuring again.

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Thank you for your answers, I am impressed by your use of ShellExView.

 

It seems that invoking the handler is casing the problem, but I don't know why that is happening. I could email you copies of my DLL and the executable if you want to compare them against yours to check for file corruption. [send me a private message with an email address in that case]

 

If a file or setting was broken during the install, an uninstall/reinstall or repair might fix that that if you want to go to that length.

 

In any case, the virtual drive is just a program which sets up an image file so you can read/play it as if it was a disk or disc in a drive. It's not required to run anything else in the suite so you could ignore the error if you have no need for the feature.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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