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A strange thing is happening to me recently, that I find the files in folders arranged "always" in alphabetical order, rather than by date (as they have always been, and as required every time I'm finding the problem): you know how solve?
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Help! drool.gif
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1. Go to Toolbar> View> Sort by> Date Modified

If you want all Folders to be the same as this one take it one set farther.

2. Go Tools > Folder Options> View Tab > Click..Apply to Folders

3. If you do not like what you changed you can choose> Reset Folders

Hope this helps thumb.gif
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OK. I did precisely that, but when I reboot the PC I find myself once again available to name the folders
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the problem persist...Help

(p.s. the problem is only on folders located in D: (second disk)....no problems on the first hard disc (C))
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the problem persist...Help

(p.s. the problem is only on folders located in D: (second disk)....no problems on the first hard disc (C))
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