I'm running Windows XP on a network. Whenever I try to open a folder with a lot of items in it, I get that annoying pop-up window that says, "Windows Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience." I also sometimes get an additional error window that says, "0x7c92a378" reference memory at "0x206d6192." The memory could not be "read." It has always done it when I try to view the contents of my trash bin (making it totally impossible to retrieve files I shouldn't have thrown away). But suddenly it's doing it whenever I try to view the contents of clip art disks I have viewed successfully before. Our MIS department guy said another computer in our office is having the same problems. He spent 8 hours researching with Microsoft, and didn't find any answers. I bet him that one of the wiz's on OSNN would have a solution. Don't let me down, guys: a bag of Mini-Twix bars is riding on this one!