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This is just one example of the many types of Windows issues that cause users to complain that their systems slow down over time and that result in a general “I don’t know, just reinstall” mentality. Update: Here's an article by Larry Seltzer on this blog entry where he points out that some users confronted with this type of problem might suspect malware to be responsible: re: The Case of the Intermittent (and Annoying) Explorer Hangs Do you know if the windows explorer in Vista will be more multi-threaded?
The current version often has me jumping for the command line - which says alot coming from a OS X fanboy 🙂 8/28/2005 AM by Troy Phillips # re: The Case of the Intermittent (and Annoying) Explorer Hangs I have a similar problem, only a lot worse. Sometimes, if I start the machine with no Ethernet connection and later I plug the cable, Windows gets an IP address via DHCP and then Explorer hangs completely (actually, only the component that deals with the taskbar and the system notification area).
This stack trace proceeds all the way into the kernel, ntkrnlpa.exe, and then into the Mup driver.
The calls to SHDef Extract Icon W (frame 31), (Multiple Provider Router) and (Multiple UNC Provider driver) told me that Explorer was trying to access a network path to obtain icons for the folder that I had opened.
However, if I try to start new processes that open an application window, they get hung until Explorer snaps out of it.