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Start Menu Gone Along with Bottom Icons


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ariesgirly

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Hello, I keep losing the bottom menu from my cmputer if it's on for more than a few hours. The Start Menu disappears & if there are open windows from web pages at the bottom, those disappear also.If I go into the task manager, I can see that these are still open, but not visable. I cannot shut it down properly, so I unplug it from the wall. I think this may do harm to my computer, so I'd like to fix it properly. Any advice? :)
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wytboy55

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your computer might be infected w/ a virus already. I suggest that you go to our malware forum discussions. You can try safe mode and your windows explorer might work in safe mode.
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You're unable to see the listed applications because Explorer is not running. That application is kindof like a card catalog for everything else that runs on your pc. You can launch it again by going back to that task manager, and under the applications tab click "New Task" and typing "Explorer" and hitting enter. If it does it continually, I'd side with wytboy and look to the malware forums.
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Thanks :) I will try to see if maybe I have a virus. Nothing comes upon Mcafee, but anything is possible these days!
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