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I have a configuration/tweak issue that I don't know how to resolve. for the last week or so, whenever I use right-click on SOME of my desktop icons the context menu that appears seems to be double the normal width, showing the icon on the far left, then a gap, and then the accompanying text on the far right.
I suspect this may have started when I installed some software but I can't remember which software I have installed that could possibly have done this.
I have tried referring to a book called "Windows XP inside out" but it doesn't have much about this.
Can anyone help me?
Marcus

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Not all applications that have an entry in the context menu window will be present in that key in the above article http://www.ehow.com/how_5867604_rest...-settings.html
To find some you must do a search in that hive, HKCR, using "contextmenuhandlers" as the search string. And then you must identify each that it finds.... don't remove your audio, video, antivirus etc entries. Be careful!!

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