If you double-click a drive or folder, Search Companion may start and the drive or folder may not open. If you configure settings for other actions that are associated with drives or file folders (for example, Open Command Window Here or Print Directory Listing), Windows may perform one of these actions instead of starting Search Companion.
This problem occurs when you open the Edit File Type dialog box for the Drive or File Folder registered file types. For example, this problem occurs for folders if you complete the following procedure:
|1.||Open the folder, and then click Folder Options on the Tools menu.|
|2.||Click File Folder in the Register file types list, and then click Advanced.|
|3.||After you perform this procedure, the None setting is removed from the value data for the Default string value in the following registry key:
NOTE: This problem occurs even if you do not create a new action, edit existing actions, or change the default action in the Edit File Type dialog box.
To resolve this problem, edit the registry to set the value data for the Default string value in the registry keys that are described in the “Cause” section of this article to none:
|1.||Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe).|
|2.||Locate and then click the Default value under the following keys in the registry if this problem occurs with folders:
If this problem occurs with drives:
|3.||Click Modify on the Edit menu.|
|4.||Type none in the Value data box, and then click OK.|
|5.||Quit Registry Editor.|