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reem2514

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For some reason that i know I'am the cause of,I cant access my start menu,it seems like it is hidden,the computer seems to be working fine ,no slow start or pop ups of any sort. I can surf the net fine and other then missing start menu,,clock, the computer seems fine.

if anyone can help me I'd really appreci8 it


thanx in advance
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Go to Kelly's Korner on this link. Click on no. 117 (restore taskbar and start menu) and run the fix.
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I dl'ed and ran it and still no fix,everything is still missing.
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Try to restore to the computer to an earlier date. Since you cannot use Start menu please do the following:

boot the computer in safe mode with command prompt. To do so bootup the computer and immediately start tapping F8 until a menu shows up. Choose "safe mode with command prompt". When you see the prompt type: %systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe. This will take you to the restore option. Choose a date earlier to the date in which the problem started and restore.
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that seems to have done the trick :whistling:
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Thanks for letting us know.
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