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Corellian475

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First of all I'd like everyone to know that I've searched these forums already for a solution and that if there is one out there that I didn't see, I'm sorry. With that said, here's my problem. When I log on under my desktop the error popup for Dr Watson Postmortem Debugger pops up. Then the same window comes up for Windows Explorer. I have no desktop, no icons, no start menu. Hitting the windows key does nothing, and hitting Ctrl-Alt-Del only brings up Task Manager that crashes right away and then its 'Encounterd a problem and needs to close' pop up appears. The only way I can post this topic is because hitting the 'Click here to view our data collection policy on the web' button brings up my browser. I've tried downloading programs suggested in other topics, only the crash immediatly. I cannot post a HJT.Log because I can not unzip Hijack This. Also, booting in Safe Mode doesn't stop the crashes from happening so I can't use Orca's fix. Any help would be wonderful and thank you.

Edited by Corellian475, 17 April 2005 - 02:15 PM.

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bump, please this is urgent as I can't use any programs other than Mozilla Firefox. I'm a student who has to turn in final papers this coming week and having no access to my papers or a word processor isn't good. Thank you for your time again.
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