Oddly enough, it seems to fix this problem you need to delete the misbehaving library first. Deleting a library does not delete the content of the folder. To fix this problem, open Windows Explorer, right-click on the corresponding library and choose Delete. Click Yes when asked for confirmation.
Then, in the navigation pane of Windows Explorer, right-click on Libraries and click Restore default libraries. This recreates the library that you just deleted. This option will only restore the default libraries that came with Windows 7.
This worked for me as well. Error occurred after removing a virus with Malwarebytes.
bron: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/wind ... 875aa7c4b6
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Hoop dat het werkt