Some kind of corruption

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    .:Wesker:.

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    Hello all. I've had Vista for a while now and out of the blue weird things start happening.



    Whenever I browse through folders on my hd via an application like Photoshop or Internet Explorer, that application will lock up when I get into Documents.



    Whenever I make a 'New Folder' the folder icon does not show up and its this weird white thing. Almost all folders in Windows Explorer look like this and it's extremely annoying.



    I don't know what to do. Just look at the attached pic.
     
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    Have you deleted any pictures from your computer? I have seen this many times when using my flash drive because I use pictures on folders and when I go to an older computers (like win2000) my folders in my flash drive look like this.
     
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    No, but my older friend that's not so good with computers just randomly yanked out the 8 gb flash drive I was using with Speedboost (or whatever it's called) without stopping it.
     
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    Pulling out a flash drive will not do damage to the computer it only to the flash drive. The thing about the flash drive that I wrote was an example.
     
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    Then what do I do about my problem?
     
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