Win7 Right Manager

can not open a specific failure phenomenon as shown below:

In fact, the specific reasons due to accidental deletion of a registry key value "IsShortcut" caused. There are also some reasons that may be caused by the failure of the CompMgmtLauncher.exe call due to the installation of some incompatible programs.
Troubleshooting Steps:
1. When encountering this problem, first Win+R calls "Run", type regedit and press Enter to open the Registry Editor.

2, to find HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT \\ lnkfile, Click to view the right pane contains the name of the key as IsShortcut found no sometimes, right "New (N)", "string value (S)" Rename it to IsShortcut; continue to locate HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\piffile, also check if the right pane contains the IsShortcut key value, and if not, create one. When you are done, close the Registry Editor, log out of the system and log back in. If it is indeed caused by the deletion of the IsShortcut key value, this method can be solved perfectly, but the small arrow of the shortcut will also be restored at the same time.

3, if the above method does not resolve, the problem is not caused by the deletion IsShorcut key. You can try the next method to fix it.
4, the same method to develop the registry editor, navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Classes\\CLSID\\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\\shell\\Manage\\command, the "default" in the right pane Change the key value (double-click to open) to mmc.exe %windir%\\system32\\compmgmt.msc. Close the registry editor, at this time "management" should be able to open, this method can repair the "management" caused by the failure of the CompMgmtLauncher.exe call can not be opened, the system will directly call compmgmt.msc instead of CompMgmtLauncher.exe .

such failures encountered in the above, the cause of most of the key IsShortcut loss caused, but did not delete the user. Partially acknowledging that the "optimization software" was used when asking the user. I suggest that friends here should use less or no so-called optimization tools. When using it, you must also know what modifications the system has made to the system, whether it can be recovered.
When optimizing the system, it must be based on the premise that the system function is intact and can work normally. Otherwise, in exchange for "optimization" at the cost of destroying the structure or function of the system so that it cannot work properly, the gains and losses of this need to be measured.

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