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  1.    2016-10-31 #30

    gregyurkon said: View Post
    I reset Windows today, and now I can't get the process described in Restart Explorer Context Menu - Add in Windows 10 to work properly. I downloaded the ZIP file, I move the BAT file to Windows\System32, I double-clicked the REG file, and the "Restart Explorer" item appears in the menu, but when I select it all I get is this:
    Attachment 76040
    I made sure that the BAT file and explorer.exe were in the correct folder and that they were spelled correctly. I don't really know what the BAT and REG files should look like, but I couldn't find any glaringly obvious errors.

    (Also, I just discovered that it's possible for a message to get posted while you're still typing it.)
    Just had the same problem. Restart_Explorer.bat kept moving to SysWOW64 folder. I give up for now.
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  2. Joined : Oct 2013
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 15014
       2016-10-31 #31

    If you just recently installed a Windows Update or updated to a new build of Windows 10, then you may need to re-add the .bat file to the System32 folder again.

    Sometimes an update or new build may reset items back to default.

    Resetting Windows will of course remove it from System32 as well.
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