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No Desktop or Blank Desktop After Logging On to Windows xp

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No Desktop or Blank Desktop After Logging On to Windows xp
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    jdmercha

    cntrl-alt-del
    task manger
    new task
    explorer

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    zlitocook

    May be corrupt, try logging in as the administrator and create a new profile and log in as the new person to see if you see the desktop. If you do then you can make your self a power user and copy the things you need from your old profile. As long as the old profile is not compleatly bad you should have no problems.

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    solution.need

    Maybe this could work for you too..... 1)Boot your computer as normal. 2)When your computer is started fully,Press: Ctrl+Alt+Del and type the browse to the following:- C:/Windows/System32/Restore/rstrui.exe 3)This will open the System Restore window and restore your computer to an earlier time,probably a time before the problem occured. 4)Your Computer will reboot.If it's ok,then you are lucky but if it's not,try something else. (P.S:If the system restore windows appears strange,then reboot,press F8,choose Safe Mode with command promptor whatever and type the following again as shown above.This should solve it.Best of luck..... :-)

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    vibranttrolley

    I'm using Windows XP. To make a long story short, when I opened my desktop yesterday, no desktop icon appeared and there was also no START bar/menu.


    I got this problem about 8 hours ago, and have just managed to fix it after hours of forum searching, various scans and system tweaks.

    I found the cause of my problems was a 'Vundo' trojan.

    Here's the fix that worked for me:-

    Download SUPERAntiSpyware (it's free).
    Run a full scan.
    Fix whatever you feel needs fixing.

    SUPERAntiSpyware picked up 18 instances of the Vundo virus on my PC, and after clearing these, my PC is back to normal.

    I'd never heard of SUPERAntiSpyware before today, but after reading many forums and other user's comments, it's now my preferred freebie scanner (previously used Lavasoft Ad-Aware free version).

    If you do have the Vundo trojan, another fix that I found (but didn't try) is a piece of software specifically programmed for Vundo deletion:-
    "Vundofix by Atribune".

    Hope this helps someone!

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    jdmercha

    cntrl-alt-del
    task manger
    new task
    explorer

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    zlitocook

    May be corrupt, try logging in as the administrator and create a new profile and log in as the new person to see if you see the desktop. If you do then you can make your self a power user and copy the things you need from your old profile. As long as the old profile is not compleatly bad you should have no problems.

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    solution.need

    Maybe this could work for you too..... 1)Boot your computer as normal. 2)When your computer is started fully,Press: Ctrl+Alt+Del and type the browse to the following:- C:/Windows/System32/Restore/rstrui.exe 3)This will open the System Restore window and restore your computer to an earlier time,probably a time before the problem occured. 4)Your Computer will reboot.If it's ok,then you are lucky but if it's not,try something else. (P.S:If the system restore windows appears strange,then reboot,press F8,choose Safe Mode with command promptor whatever and type the following again as shown above.This should solve it.Best of luck..... :-)

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    vibranttrolley

    I'm using Windows XP. To make a long story short, when I opened my desktop yesterday, no desktop icon appeared and there was also no START bar/menu.


    I got this problem about 8 hours ago, and have just managed to fix it after hours of forum searching, various scans and system tweaks.

    I found the cause of my problems was a 'Vundo' trojan.

    Here's the fix that worked for me:-

    Download SUPERAntiSpyware (it's free).
    Run a full scan.
    Fix whatever you feel needs fixing.

    SUPERAntiSpyware picked up 18 instances of the Vundo virus on my PC, and after clearing these, my PC is back to normal.

    I'd never heard of SUPERAntiSpyware before today, but after reading many forums and other user's comments, it's now my preferred freebie scanner (previously used Lavasoft Ad-Aware free version).

    If you do have the Vundo trojan, another fix that I found (but didn't try) is a piece of software specifically programmed for Vundo deletion:-
    "Vundofix by Atribune".

    Hope this helps someone!