To repair Win2K, run the WINNT installer on the original
Windows disk and when prompted ask the installer to repair
an existing installation.
Whether or not that will solve your problem is guesswork.
Try running CHKDSK from a command prompt to see if the
drive/folders/files are damaged/corrupt. (You may need to
schedule CHKDSK to run on next startup if it cannot get
exclusive access to the drive, but you'll be prompted if
If the fault lies only with the Explorer executable, you
could try copying the Explorer.exe from another, healthy
>When I try to do a cut or copy and paste in Windows
Explorer, the program
>cycles for a minute or so, then closes, and closes some
of the apps in the
>How can I correct this?
>If it means reinstalling or repairing Windows Explorer,
How do I do that?
>I'm running Windows 2000 Server, 5.00.2195 Service Pack 2