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Can Not Rename New Folders

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I am just about ready to do a complete Clean Install of Windows 10 from a USB back up I created today. What a pain in my ass. Perhaps a system restore but I don't know how long the problem has been with me as far as initiating a restore date.

Problem now is I am unable to rename any new folders.

Error:can't find the specified file. Make sure you specify correct path and file name. New folder date created 11/4/2015. When I hit try again it says Rename with a red X The file or folder does not exist.

Any solutions out in the 10's.

Thanks from Cryominute

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My computer was recently updated to Windows 10 Pro version 1511 OS Build 10586.29

Again I have the exact same problem and the FIX did not work this time round.I can not name New Folders.

I can rename text or doc files.

This is the error I receive

Rename Folder

Can't find the specified file

Make sure you specify the correct path and file name

The file or folder does not exist

Any help appreciated

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