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Line Under Taskbar? Help!

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by thunderwolf333, Jan 17, 2007.

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  1. thunderwolf333

    thunderwolf333 Thread Starter

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    I didn't make a wise decision. I used a clean up program called ET Remover and it was going to remove something from the registry. But when it tried to, it didn't work saying that it was being used by another program. So I went into the registry and took it out. Dumb. I'm not completely sure if that's why I have this problem, but it seems like a likely candidate. Anyway..

    Under my taskbar there is a line which is not supposed to be there. I took a picture of it with my camera because it wouldn't show up in print screen. Made it red so it was easy to see in the picture.

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    It has a shaking like effect. If I open a window of something and move it around I can see it moving in the bottom space. I also have a program called windows blinds, but I dont think that's the problem. It's not the monitor either. I ran a symantec scan, but I really doubt that could be it.. I also tried a system restore to no avial..

    Do I need to repair something in the registry? Please help. :(
     
  2. Augie65

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    Did you try system restore to a date before you remove the item in the registry?
     
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