pas de liste des dossiers dans l'explorateur

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vachenormande
Salut à tous,
j'ai un petit souci sur un Serveur Win2000 sp4, la liste des dossiers
n'apparait plus dans l'explorateur (dans le volet de gauche). A la
place, j'ai un beau panneau gris.. Pourtant quand je sélectionne
affichagefavoris, mes favoris apparaissent bien, tout comme la
recherche ou autre chose, mais la liste des dossiers, il en veut pas..
si quelqu'un a une idée je suis preneur.
Thibaud
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Th.A.C
Le #17011171
Essaye ça:


Explorer Folder Pane Grayed Out
-------------------------------

The problem of the Grayed out Explorer Folders Pane has been traced to a
single registry key.

This one:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{EFA24E64-B078-11d0-89E4-00C04FC9E26E}InProcServer3
2

The Default value for this key points to the file which builds the Explorer
Band. That file is either Shdocvw.dll or Browseui.dll. The file varies
according to which version of Internet Explorer is installed. If this entry
is not correct, the Pane will not be built.

Internet Explorer 5.5 uses Browseui.dll
All other Internet Explorer Versions use Shdocvw.dll

Using a registry file and merging that file into the registry can repair the
problem on all versions except IE 5.5.

------------------------------------------------

For All Internet Explorer versions EXCEPT IE 5.5

Go to Start>run and type Regedit. Press Enter

Navigate to this key:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{EFA24E64-B078-11d0-89E4-00C04FC9E26E}InProcServer3
2

Highlight InProcServer32 in the left pane. In the right pane, double click
on Default. Modify the value data in the box which will come up, by typing
in the correct path to shdocvw.dll. Click Ok. Close the Registry.


Or you can download a file and merge that into the Registry:

There are two files, one for Win9x and ME, another for WinXP and
Windows2000. This is because the path to shdocvw.dll is different in each
operating system. And the Operating Systems use different registry value
types.

Download the appropriate file for your operating system. The files are
attached as text files. Download the text file and rename it with a .reg
extension. Double click the registry file to Merge into the registry. If you
are running Windows 2000 or WindowsXP, the file attached here is correct for
your Operating System.

If you use Win 9x or ME, go to this link for the correct file:

http://forums.techguy.org/t59067/sd...e4cb04f6b7.html



-------------------------------------------------------
For those of you using Internet Explorer 5.5

Repair Internet Explorer. See if that corrects the situation. If not then
doublecheck your installed version of Browseui.dll to be sure it is the
correct version for IE 5.5.

To cover all bases, (note: The registry usually doesn't solve the problem
for IE 5.5)
Go to this key:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{EFA24E64-B078-11d0-89E4-00C04FC9E26E}InProcServer3
2

Click on InProcServer32

Make sure the Default in the right pane is the correct path to Browseui.dll.


If none of this helps, you may either Upgrade Internet Explorer or revert to
the previous version and/or try another reinstall of Internet Explorer 5.5.
Thibaud
Le #17003061
Merci pour l'info (et désolé pour le retard)
"Th.A.C" news:c4v75t$k89$
Essaye ça:


Explorer Folder Pane Grayed Out
-------------------------------

The problem of the Grayed out Explorer Folders Pane has been traced to a
single registry key.

This one:



HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{EFA24E64-B078-11d0-89E4-00C04FC9E26E}InProcServer3
2

The Default value for this key points to the file which builds the


Explorer
Band. That file is either Shdocvw.dll or Browseui.dll. The file varies
according to which version of Internet Explorer is installed. If this


entry
is not correct, the Pane will not be built.

Internet Explorer 5.5 uses Browseui.dll
All other Internet Explorer Versions use Shdocvw.dll

Using a registry file and merging that file into the registry can repair


the
problem on all versions except IE 5.5.

------------------------------------------------

For All Internet Explorer versions EXCEPT IE 5.5

Go to Start>run and type Regedit. Press Enter

Navigate to this key:




HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{EFA24E64-B078-11d0-89E4-00C04FC9E26E}InProcServer3
2

Highlight InProcServer32 in the left pane. In the right pane, double click
on Default. Modify the value data in the box which will come up, by typing
in the correct path to shdocvw.dll. Click Ok. Close the Registry.


Or you can download a file and merge that into the Registry:

There are two files, one for Win9x and ME, another for WinXP and
Windows2000. This is because the path to shdocvw.dll is different in each
operating system. And the Operating Systems use different registry value
types.

Download the appropriate file for your operating system. The files are
attached as text files. Download the text file and rename it with a .reg
extension. Double click the registry file to Merge into the registry. If


you
are running Windows 2000 or WindowsXP, the file attached here is correct


for
your Operating System.

If you use Win 9x or ME, go to this link for the correct file:

http://forums.techguy.org/t59067/sd...e4cb04f6b7.html



-------------------------------------------------------
For those of you using Internet Explorer 5.5

Repair Internet Explorer. See if that corrects the situation. If not then
doublecheck your installed version of Browseui.dll to be sure it is the
correct version for IE 5.5.

To cover all bases, (note: The registry usually doesn't solve the problem
for IE 5.5)
Go to this key:



HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{EFA24E64-B078-11d0-89E4-00C04FC9E26E}InProcServer3
2

Click on InProcServer32

Make sure the Default in the right pane is the correct path to


Browseui.dll.


If none of this helps, you may either Upgrade Internet Explorer or revert


to
the previous version and/or try another reinstall of Internet Explorer


5.5.




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