Windows doesn't remember "sort by" folder settings

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  1. Posts : 30
    Windows 10 v1809
       #21

    Now, entering the correct command, I received the value of 5000. I deleted the two keys via Regedit and restart pc, but this still does not memorize Author and Subject even combining the deletion of keys with the Shift+Header tip.
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  2. KeithM's Avatar
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home
       #22

    Sorrymyen said:
    Now, entering the correct command, I received the value of 5000. I deleted the two keys via Regedit and restart pc, but this still does not memorize Author and Subject even combining the deletion of keys with the Shift+Header tip.
    Damn! Before you open too many folders, can you check the HKCU\...\Bags registry key? You sholuld only have a few numbered subkeys depending on how may folders you've opened. Export that key & post the export in a code block or as an attachment. Let me take a look at the Sort values..
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  3. Posts : 30
    Windows 10 v1809
       #23

    There are some, but not as many subkeys as before, because I did some tests after the reboot.

    BagMRU.txt

    Bags.txt
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  4. KeithM's Avatar
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home
       #24

    Sorrymyen said:
    There are some, but not as many subkeys as before, because I did some tests after the reboot.

    BagMRU.txt

    Bags.txt
    Thanks. Will take a look at those later today. Sorry can't get to right away.
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  5. Posts : 30
    Windows 10 v1809
       #25

    I was going to say the same thing, it's in my work schedule, so see you soon.
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  6. KeithM's Avatar
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home
       #26

    Here's what was in the registry files you posted. The only sort set to 'Title' was the DVD-RW drive. Had you set other folders to Title or Author?


    Code:
    PS C:\> gci $xBagMRU -recurse | ? Property -contains 'NodeSlot' |
    >>          gp |select NodeSlot, {Get-NSPath $_.PSPath } |sort nodeslot
    
    NodeSlot Get-NSPath $_.PSPath
    -------- ---------------------
           1 Quick Access ϗ
           2 This PC\DVD RW Drive (E:)\crvg2010\2 - VID
           3 This PC\RECOVERY (D:)\crvg2010\1 - SIS
           4 This PC\RECOVERY (D:)\ACERVO
           5 This PC\RECOVERY (D:)\ACERVO\QUADRITECA
           6 This PC\RECOVERY (D:)\ACERVO\QUADRITECA\01 - BRASIL
           7 This PC\RECOVERY (D:)\ACERVO\QUADRITECA\02 - EUROPA
           8 This PC\RECOVERY (D:)\ACERVO\BIBLIOTECA
           9 This PC\RECOVERY (D:)\ACERVO\CINEMATECA
          10 This PC\RECOVERY (D:)\ACERVO\CORDELTECA
          11 This PC\RECOVERY (D:)\ACERVO\CORDELTECA\Antônio Ferreira da Cruz
          12 This PC\RECOVERY (D:)\ACERVO\FONOTECA
          13 This PC\DVD RW Drive (E:)\crvg2010\2 - VID\LEZ
    
    
    PS C:\> gci $xbags -Recurse | ? Property -contains Sort |
    >>      gp | select @{ N = 'Bag' ; E = {$_.PSPath.Split('\')[10]}}, { Parse-Sort $_.Sort } | Sort {[Int]$_.Bag}
    
    Bag  Parse-Sort $_.Sort
    --- --------------------
    1   (QA Sort),Name
    2   Title
    3   Name
    3   Name
    4   Name
    5   Name
    6   Name
    7   Name
    8   Name
    9   Name
    10
    12  Name
    13  Name
    14  Name
    WIll copy the Sort from Bag#2 to one of my folders tomorrow & see if it works.
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  7. Posts : 30
    Windows 10 v1809
       #27

    There is an RW recording unit, but it is inactive and damaged, under the label (G:). Unit (E:) is an internal hdd used as slave.
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  8. KeithM's Avatar
    Posts : 795
    Microsoft Windows 10 Home
       #28

    OK. Valuable feedback. First time I've merged & decoded someone else's MRU list. I think root-levle items are using the names from my system (The Greek letter in Quick Access, D: Recovery, E: DVD-RW). Bukt the drive letters are correcct, right?
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  9. Posts : 30
    Windows 10 v1809
       #29

    Only "D:" and "E:" are correct.
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  10. KeithM's Avatar
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home
       #30

    Exactly -- the drive letters are correct, but it's picking up my local labes for those dirves. I know those aren't my directory names!
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