The reason for the warning message can be your system is having issue with the registry. It can also be that malicious software has attacked your system that needs to be removed quickly. In an attempt to find solution it is required to take various ways of troubleshooting it carefully, ranging from registry repair to deleting of viruses from your computer.
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Few people who had this ‘Explorer.EXE – Server execution failed ‘ error in Windows 8 found it difficult to fix due to total corruption of the registry and had to create a new Windows profile during the process of finding solution. For a much better way of finding solution is to do a system restore. For those who do not have ‘Restore Point’ created in their system will resort to doing Windows REFRESH using installation USB or DVD meant for your operating system (the best guaranteed approach so far). If you are taking to the process of doing ‘refresh’ of your system it is good to be abreast of re-installing most of your packages manually after the process.
If you are having this trouble and don’t know what to do before going for a system refresh in Windows 8 this step-by-step information will be helpful to you.
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STEP 2: Click Windows + R keys to open ‘Run’ dialogue.
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STEP 3: Type or copy and paste regedit into ‘Run’ dialogue and click ‘OK’ to continue.
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STEP 4: At the Registry Editor Click ‘HKEY_CURRENT_USER’ next click ‘Software’ and choose ‘Microsoft’. Move to ‘Windows’ to select ‘CurrentVersion’, click ‘Explorer’ and select ‘User Shell Folders’ .
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STEP 5: Right-click ‘Personal’ among items to the right-hand side of the registry and select ‘Modify’.
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STEP 6: Copy and paste %USERPROFILE%Documents into the space under ‘Value data’ and click ‘OK’.
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STEP 7: Click ‘File’ at the top left-hand corner of the Registry Editor and click ‘Exit’ at the drop-down menu to exit it.
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STEP 9: Restart your system for changes to take effect.