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#1 ckenney

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Posted 17 December 2007 - 11:54 PM

I have a major issue that needs major help. I have a laptop that after it boots, will not show any icons or taskbar. If I act quickly enough i can get the task manager to come up, but less then 3 min later the task bar and computer will freeze up. I have tried everything that I know in the common computer world but nothing seems to work. I can work in safe mode but i do not know where to go from here to fix the problem.

The second computer is a desktop and it keeps rebooting and rebooting over and over again. again i can go into safe mode ot the task manager but thats about it. These problems happend about 2 days ago and i have been breaking my neck trying to figure it out. I need help fast does anyone have any ideas?

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Posted 18 December 2007 - 12:03 AM

For the laptop, boot into safe mode.
Control Panel/All Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore.
Choose a date just prior to when the problem began.
Hopefully this will bring back your icons and task bar.

You can try the same thing with your desktop. If it doesn't work, someone else will
have to help you with this issue.




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