Then open Registry Editor and browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\ Current Version\Explorer\Menu Order.With Menu Order selected, choose Edit OK, to close the Advanced Security Settings window.You can also view the details for each of the updates, which will help you figure out what exactly that update did.Of course, the easiest thing to do is click that “Check for solutions to all problems” link at the bottom of the window, and hope that Microsoft already knows about a fix for one of the solutions, which would likely be a driver update. Well that’s fine, maybe you’ll win the BSOD lottery next time.When it comes to hidden gems in Windows, nothing beats the Reliability monitor tool, hidden behind a link inside of another tool that you don’t use either. Imagine your computer has started flaking out and locking up for the last week, and you aren’t quite sure why.
Try pressing [Ctrl] [Alt] [Del] at this point – if you're lucky, you can log off and try to log on again.
Now select your username from the list and untick the "Allow" box next to Full Control (leave "Read" ticked) and click Apply.
Select the Administrators group and repeat the steps.
Windows will attempt to detect your installation – if it's successful, click "Startup Repair" to enable Windows to try and fix the problem.
The repair isn't always successful the first time, so if Windows still won't load try the process again to see if it can now resolve your issue.33.