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Blank Screen After Log in, Nothing works

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#1 quickslver82


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Posted 13 May 2009 - 07:33 PM

Please Help...

I have a Sony Vaio desktop, when i went to log in i am not able to see anything after i enter my password, i get a blank desktop with no icons nor tool bar or start up menu. Not even the Ctrl Alt Del option works, the only think that works is pressing the windows button and L and that takes me back to the login screen so i can shut down the comp.

I have had my pc restart on me while it was loading up before and have gotten the blue screen. This is a computer i bought from a friend when it was brand new a few years ago, however i do not have the windows CD.

Anything anyone can do to provide any info would be of great assistance, oh btw when i log in under safe mode i get the same thing cant to anything nor see anything, it seems like its trying to load something but after a period of time i.ll get the blue screen, it will restart, or just do nothing....

Thanks :-)

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#2 xblindx


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Posted 13 May 2009 - 08:43 PM

I think you have an issue with your explorer.exe file. That is the file that loads basically everything on your user-name including wallpaper and icons and such.

You may be able to repair it if you have a Windows Xp installation disk.

If a mod reads this, could you please move it to the Windows XP forum?

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