Memory Could not be read

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  1. thefollans

    thefollans Member

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    I keep getting this message on my SP3... anything I can do to fix it? I usually have to restart my SP3 to get it to go away.
     

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  2. kevinlevrone

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    That is definitely not related to actual memory but it is a bug. It probably comes from a program that you have installed and that integrates with the Windows Explorer's shell via a plug-in. Try to uninstall all the programs that add extra menu items in the Windows Explorer when you right-click a file or a folder.
     

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