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William TINOU GOMA Well good news for me; I have fixed the problem with my machine.After hours of reading blogs and posts and getting different suggesttions from many people I decided to do what I know.I restarted my computer, upon start up I hit F8 to get into the safe mode options. I then went into control panel, and did a system restore to a date from last month.Once that happened, the comp restarts itself and lo and behold everything was back to normal. I did many things from creating a new user account, etc etc. Try the system restore and that should fix the problem. iam using windows vista home Edition Upon start up only my wallpaper shows.
Rewinding time merely means that IF you don't repeat the same mistake (and if you never find out what the problem is, you never know the mistake to avoid) then you won't encounter a problem. click image name to organize it in alphabetical order. Click it and click End Process at the bottom right. Now click the Applications tab and you will see 3 buttons at the bottom called End Task, Switch To, and New Task. A small window will open up that says Create New Task. (from the monitor) There's a blue and a white one on mine. This just make it easier to delete the files encase there running. I am getting dizzy with this problem the whole night and now I got the solution... now my task bar, start button, and desktop icons are back... DONT delete anything that looks like your anti virus software or anti spyware. If is already there end the process and restart explorer.There is always a better and more reliable option to permanently deal with the problem. just want to say thank you to the guy who posted it first!!! That means that any other program won't recognize it as a problem. click image name to organize it in alphabetical order. Click it and click End Process at the bottom right. Now click the Applications tab and you will see 3 buttons at the bottom called End Task, Switch To, and New Task. A small window will open up that says Create New Task.I have at least 10 spyware and antivirus programs, and none have found anything wrong with my computer. You can back up the folder (and files in the Image File Execution Options root if applicable) by exporting them before the deletion process. In the white bar type in and you will have your desktop back.Do you actually delete ALL the files within that folder?(HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, SECURITY, SAM, SYSTEM) I just want to be absolutely sure before I delete anything. Just use the following steps: If the machine is clean, use this method to fix winlogon from MVP Rick Rogers: The shell entry may be damaged in the registry.