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Taskbar Stuck In Classic View

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#1 Shooter84


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Posted 03 December 2010 - 01:34 PM

This started about a week ago. I installed a plug-in for Adobe Photoshop from a third party site, Proceeded to open it and nothing happened. I figured it was just a faulty download or something of that nature. I guess I was wrong because about Two days later after Rebooting my computer I received an error message. The error stated that the file "sshnas21.dll" was missing. I then ran both Malwarebytes and Bitdefender to no avail. The next day my task bar, start up menu, all of my "windows" switched to classic view. I have gone to the properties of these to switch them back but "standard view" is already selected. Today after running bitdefender my computer froze for a bit then I received an error that said "Logon process has failed To create the security options dialog Failure - Security options". Everything has been very "laggy". I have log files but wanted too start here to get some opinions. I am running Windows Vista Home Premium X64. I hope this is enough info. Thanks in advance for the help.

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