Windows 10: Registry issue, duplicate elements in explorer side panel

  1.    13 Jul 2017 #1

    Registry issue, duplicate elements in explorer side panel


    Hi, today I've restored a System Restore point and something gone wrong with the registry.
    The only evidence at the moment is that in Explorer view I have 5 folders, when I click on them nothing happens, and I cannot find them in the registry.

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    As you may notice, there are 5 custom folders that I've add, which works fine for the moment.

    Where are located those keys? How can I safely remove them?
    And more important, any way to test the registry for issues that may happened after the restore?

    Thanks!
    Ciao!
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  2. TairikuOkami's Avatar
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       15 Jul 2017 #2

    It looks like a duplicated user profile. Check via "netplwiz" command.

    You can also try Wise Registry Cleaner.
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