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so confused because my computer is crazy


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darkest-knight

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My computer has been plagued with problems lately, even to the point where it wouldnt even turn on properly. So, what i had to do was i used hte System Recovery Partition on my computer and now i can turn it on and what not. However, my computer now can not display the "Desktop". It keeps giving me this, 'access to desktop is denied" REMOVE. I catn even use the Docment and Settings to open up the desktop. Please help. thank you.
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please do not intentionally misspell words to get around the language filters...they are there for a reason

Your system recovery failed or was incomplete. (this happens sometimes)

Run it again
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I found this in our forums:

http://www.geekstogo...php/t53197.html
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thanks for that. However, it only allows me to see the desktop. I still cant access anything inside the [bleep] folders. I have a lot of folders on my desk top and they wont let me in with aht access denied crap. anyhoo, thanks for that by the way, i was able to get in that thing. hoorah.
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