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Xp Taskbar

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by poss, Sep 10, 2003.

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  1. poss

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    XP taskbar is not reponding, the start button and system tray are blanked out and no open applications are display in the taskbar, the taskbar is non operational.

    I have deleted the user profile twice, at first the user was ok but after a number of hours it reoccured.

    If we restart the notebook sometimes the taskbar operates ok for some time then, will hang as stated. Other times if we restart the notebook because of the taskbar problem, the problem is there as soon as the notebook boots up again and the same user logs on.

    If I logon as the administrator everything seems ok. I can remove the user profile and user the taskbar with no problems.

    Everytime the taskbar is not responding and I reboot or shutdown the notebook I get the following message about an appication not resonding:

    TMEEJM_Wnd not responding and XP ends this process.
     
  2. Jedi_Master

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    Howdy poss...

    I have no idea what this is TMEEJM_Wnd, unless it is the user name...

    Try loging on as the Administrator, deleting the user accound again, then open regedit and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Currentversion\Profilelist, and find the User name in one of the subkeys, and delete it as well...

    That key isn't deleted when you delete the user profile, and may be corrupt...

    Edit:changed account to profile...
     
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