Right click, copy paste, and resolution issue

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November 7, 2009 at 14:15:42
Specs: Windows XP SP3, PhenomII X4 955/4gig corsair
So about a week ago, my right click
completely stopped working, it works in
internet browsers, but anything that has to do
with windows it shows me an error- "The
specified module could not be found.
C:\Common Files\Adobe Version Cue
CS4\Client\4.0\VersionCue.DLL" thats the
error when i right click, this happened after a
failed installation of adobe photoshop. But now
more recently a couple of days after that my
copy and paste shortcuts stopped working and
my delete key won't work it throws errors at
me to, and now yesterday none of my
resolutions above 1024x768 don't work either it
just goes to a black screen, and i know for a
fact this monitor supports it because it was
running it 2 days ago. ????

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#1
November 7, 2009 at 15:03:12
and i forgot to add, my drag and drop was the first thing to stop
working sorry bout that. also, the drag and drop was the only thing out of all of these that stopped working before the failed install of Photoshop, so it may be two different problems at the same time

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#2
November 7, 2009 at 23:42:01
ok i have fixed the adobe issue, but i still cannot drag and drop

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#3
November 8, 2009 at 09:40:58
Doesn't sound good ... drag and drop is a built-in Windows feature, which is active in different programs, like inside the File Explorer, on the desktop, etc. etc., but not in a web browser.

I guess some program (installation/removal) messed up that part of Windows, which can be very annoying. Try to re-install software you had before, just for the sake of fixing the issue.


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#4
November 14, 2009 at 16:33:47
i haven't uninstalled anything except adobe, but this problem
showed up before i even installed that software.

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#5
November 15, 2009 at 23:05:39
surprised first thing recommended wasn't start>run>sfc
/scannow>ok (note the intentional space after sfc and before the
forward slash).

Regards and hap-e-trails, Steve Hopper


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