I am running windows 8 pro and every since I install the OS the one issue I have constantly had is the so called GREEN RIBBON OF DEATH. When I open the file explorer (windows explorer) like my computer, the drives and folders will not load completely but will continue to load with the green bar on the address bar continuously loading. This is so frustrating.
I have heard of this problem with windows vista and some windows 7 but I have never experienced it for all the years I used vista and windows 7. Unfortunately, ever since I install windows 8, this problem will not go away. It happens so often and restarting explorer.exe does not fix it. I will have to restart my computer for it me to browse my drives and folders using file explorer and after awhile the GREEN RIBBON OF DEATH will start happening again.
I have done a complete fresh install with very few of my software installed on the OS but I still have this problem.
Is anyone else having this problem with windows 8 and if so, it there any help out there.
SYSTEM INFO: WIN 8 Pro, 8GB Ram, 3:20GHz AMD Processor, 640GB Hard drive.
- Edited by Nayogod Saturday, October 27, 2012 2:41 PM