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Having Problems deleting my Temp files and Windows alerts have stopped working


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#1 jiggaplease

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Posted 24 August 2011 - 04:29 PM

Recently, I found out that my some of my laptop's Windows notifications have been not been working properly. First off, when I usually let my laptop go to sleep mode, it made me click my user icon to proceed to my desktop screen but then every time I do it now, I get a "Windows Logon Interface Host has stopped working" and "Windows Problem Reporting has stopped working" notifications. Today, I decided to open my Windows Task Manager and noticed that a process "ddl.exe" or "dll.exe" was running but then disappeared. It had no username or description. Next I decided to click on "show processes from all users", but then a "Consent for UI for Administrative Applications has stopped working" and "Windows Problem Reporting has stopped" notifications appeared. I was not able to access the option to show all processes from all users. Thinking that clearing me Temp folder would help a little bit, I decided to try that, but then it said "Consent for UI for Administrative Applications has stopped working" and "Windows Problem Reporting has stopped". It seems like my administrative controls has been messed with. How do I fix all of this?

One more thing: A week or two ago my laptop did a windows update and now I see another "Desktop" folder that is empty in my user folder making it have two "Desktop" folders. Was this supposed to happen? I did move it to the Recycle Bin but then I started getting notifications that a "Desktop folder did not exist".

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