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    when i turn on the computer the desktop doest show up. only the wallpaper shows up. how do i get my desktop back. i am accecing this by pressing crt alt del and using the run program to be here .

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    asmithz's Avatar Hi-Definition
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    Did you use a tweak program like WinBoost to disable it. Mabey you can use Winboost to turn it back on.

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    no nothing. the computer just restarted and could not see my desktop

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    really... hmm...

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    Alright. This is weird you need to do a system check after this.

    When you use the run command type "explorer" or explorer.exe both should work. That will bring back your explorer.
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    And if there is no access to a command prompt, control alt delete and use taskmanager/applications/new task/explorer.exe

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    still nothing. this really sucks

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    hold down either F2 or F8 and boot into SafeMode, run Norton if you have, then restart I had the same problem and this fixed it. Even if you don&#39;t run Norton just boot up using Safe Mode than restart

    Also make sure there are no CD&#39;s, disks in your drives.

    if all that doesn&#39;t work try unplugging USB shit

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    looks something like this


  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    Originally posted by hey_suburbia@26 November 2003 - 02:16
    hold down either F2 or F8 and boot into SafeMode, run Norton if you have, then restart I had the same problem and this fixed it. Even if you don&#39;t run Norton just boot up using Safe Mode than restart

    Also make sure there are no CD&#39;s, disks in your drives.

    if all that doesn&#39;t work try unplugging USB shit
    how do i boot into safemode. sorry for being such a noob. i run win xp home

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