Whenever you try to double click or delete them (again), Windows Explorer keeps telling you it "Could not find this item". So, open Notepad, and copy and paste the following: taskkill /f /fi "imagename eq explorer.exe"
START explorer.exe Save this file as refresh.bat to the root of your C:\ drive Next, Ant, Nov 10, 2012 #16 Ant Guest > >> http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...h/249f4794-13c8-4fc5-939c-b3d1fe6433fb?page=2 > > Um, which one? I can honestly say that over the years this error has cost me not just hours but days of work, which is why (to me and many others), this can be weblink
Note that the CLSID given above may depend on your machine. I switched to working in D:\Dropbox\Academia\Dissertation. I see this on > > > two of > > > my updated 64-bit Windows 7 (HPE and EE) SP1 office machines. Add to Want to watch this again later? http://www.thewindowsclub.com/desktop-does-not-refresh-automatically-windows
Ok, some may work (or appear to work for a time) for some people, but nothing suggested has made any difference here. Not particularly elegant, but it works. So, I copied over icons from my backed up Desktop folder. 0 Pimiento OP evantoder Jul 21, 2016 at 12:37 UTC 1st Post None of these worked for I have to manually press F5 key to > >>>> refresh. > >>>> > >>>> Thank you in advance. > >>> > >>> You don't mention what "those mentioned keys" are.
PS I agree with you about Microsoft. Windows 7 Desktop Not Refreshing Fix TheSableguy 83,815 views 2:10 How to easily Factory Reset a Windows 7 PC - Duration: 8:44. Ant Guest Hello.
This is the explorer.exe process restarting.
I wonder if this will work for other people with this problem too? -- Quote of the Week: "Applied mathematics will always need pure mathematics, just as anteaters will always need Windows 10 File Explorer Not Refreshing I have never heard of it persisting after a restart, and I would be interested to hear from anyone who has the problem persist after a restart. Next: Look at your desktop and see if you see two different desktop.ini files (do not use Windows Explorer, it will only show one file, view on the actual desktop). One Undoing and redoing it didn't make any differences.
Sign in to make your opinion count. http://superuser.com/questions/390030/explorer-does-not-auto-refresh Ant, Nov 9, 2012 #14 Gene E. Desktop Not Refreshing Windows 10 I see this on >>>> two of >>>> my updated 64-bit Windows 7 (HPE and EE) SP1 office machines. Windows 10 Explorer Not Refreshing This is known to have helped fix the problem in most cases.
I have to manually press F5 key to >>>> refresh. >>>> >>>> Thank you in advance. >>> >>> You don't mention what "those mentioned keys" are. >>> Did you try this? http://seesbg.com/windows-10/cd-won-39-t-autorun-windows-10.html Sign in 16 Loading... Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Angular 3 is hot on the heels of Angular 2 Samsung is launching a Nougat beta test for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Newsletters Sign up and receive the latest Windows 10 Explorer Not Refreshing Automatically
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Browse other questions tagged windows-7 windows-explorer or ask your own question. Windows 10 Explorer Doesn't Refresh The difference > could be via timing (race condition), or in the case of (4), the > necessary event never reaches the Microsoft code. > > Paul Thanks Paul, That looks Ted, Nov 8, 2012 #12 Ant Guest > Try this thread. > http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...h/249f4794-13c8-4fc5-939c-b3d1fe6433fb?page=2 Um, which one?
And it apparently has several solutions and workarounds but no concrete fix by Microsoft -- not for Windows Vista, Windows 7 (SP1) and not for the Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Making A Solid Mesh Melt? I tried > various tricks (even registry, but don't have those mentioned keys). > None of them worked/helped. Windows 7 Folder Refresh Fix Creating your account only takes a few minutes.
share|improve this answer edited Feb 15 '14 at 23:24 answered Feb 15 '12 at 3:00 Rob 416519 2 Reset Folders worked for me... Britec09 164,343 views 11:02 Windows Update Not Working Deleting Cache Files Repair Fix - Duration: 7:16. From what I can see, those posters who have claimed a particular fix works don't actually have the bug (which seems to be hardware/software specific) and have in fact fixed something http://seesbg.com/windows-10/avg-windows-10-free.html It's sad that many people have this problem, and MS still hasn't fixed it. [sighs] -- Quote of the Week: "Applied mathematics will always need pure mathematics, just as anteaters will
It's miles better than the standard Windows debugging process … boot to safe mode , try to isolate the problem one by one, which doesn't work anyway, and is near impossible Hmm! -- Quote of the Week: "Applied mathematics will always need pure mathematics, just as anteaters will always need ants." --Paul Halmos /\___/\ Ant(Dude) @ http://antfarm.home.dhs.org (Personal Web Site) / /\ Ant, Nov 6, 2012 #1 Advertisements Gordonbp Guest On 06/11/12 12:32, Ant wrote: > Hello. > > Like deleting and copying files onto/from desktop. Several posters stated that the issue pertains to the Windows UI Shell and several solutions exist: Remove a "Network Connection" that points to a server that is not currently available.