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My computer stuck on Wallpaper

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Marlenekayb, Jul 25, 2012.

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  1. Marlenekayb

    Marlenekayb Thread Starter

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    My computer is stuck On the wallpaper and no deckshop icons or the start button . Only the mouse and I tried to right click and it doesn't show up . I also tried Crtl+Alt+Del also didn't work , I also tried Ctrl+Alt+Esc also didn't work and I also tried F8 when i would restart my computer and it would be stuck on a black screen and a little line at the left top . And it's been like this for days, also before this all happend I downloaded this file called Flypn or something like that and my anti- virus detected that it was virus and it deleted it but I still saw the file so I deleted it by myself and this happend. Help? And it wOnt do any thing if I press anything on the keyboard .
     
  2. waqas-tariq

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    Well in case if you are able to open up your taskmanager just you have to go to new task and type explore.exe. That will load up your icons and start menu.
     
  3. Marlenekayb

    Marlenekayb Thread Starter

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    I don't even have a menu bar at the bottom , and I can't right click
     
  4. 87654321

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    I think you have hosed your computer but you might try this.

    USE SYSTEM RESTORE WHEN YOU CAN'T BOOT YOUR COMPUTER
    If your system has failed to the point where you cannot access the Windows GUI either through booting normally or through safe mode, you may still have the chance to use the System Restore feature if you have it enabled, by running it from the command prompt. To do this:

    Restart your computer and press F8 after the POST screen to bring up the Windows XP boot menu. Choose 'boot in safe mode with command prompt.'
    If your system gets to the command prompt successfully, type '%systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe' and then press enter. Follow the onscreen instructions to restore your computer to a previous saved point.
     
  5. Marlenekayb

    Marlenekayb Thread Starter

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    Thanks you but I can't understand half of what your saying :)
     
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