If you want to reset the folder views you can delete the keys that store the view information.
Open through the start menu search or run box, and then navigate down to the following key: You’ll see a bunch of keys with numeric names under the Bags key.
The BIOS is basically a settings page for your motherboard.
To enter the BIOS on my own computer's Gigabyte P67A-D3-B3 motherboard, I have to press the delete key when it boots (before the operating system starts).
You can attempt to find the one that matches the folder you are having problems with, and just right-click on the key and delete it.
Tonymacx86's i Boot Multibeast install guide is a good start, but it's very basic.This guide on installing Snow Leopard attempts to explain every part of the Hackintoshing process, from start to finish (with pictures, courtesy of Virtualbox).Open up your computer, and make sure that the SATA cables for your hard drive and your DVD/Bluray drive are plugged into the 3GB/s SATA ports on your motherboard, not the 6GB/s SATA ports (these should be labeled on the motherboard).Press "Enter" to change a selected option in the BIOS.On my Gigabyte motherboard, I have to press F10 to save my changes. On Windows 7 and Mac OS X, burning capabilities are built-in to the operating system-- just insert an empty CD into your DVD/Bluray drive, right-click on the i Boot file, and burn it. Insert i Boot into the DVD/Bluray drive, and boot the computer.you had a single music file in the folder so Vista thinks that it’s a music folder and only displays the columns for music files instead… To reset this setting manually, you can right-click in the folder and choose “Customize This Folder…” Then you can change the folder type drop-down to All Items instead of whatever it was set to.You might have to reset the view to details mode or choose the columns you want after changing this setting, but it should hopefully stick.However, installing OSX is incredibly prone to error, so it's best just to reset all of your BIOS settings to their factory defaults before doing anything.On Gigabyte motherboards, you can reset your BIOS settings to their default by selecting "Load Optimized Defaults" on the main page of the BIOS.Note: You could backup that section of the registry by right-clicking on the Bags key and choosing to Export.That way if you screw anything up, you can just restore the backup by double-clicking on it.