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ok...my comp has been workin fine till a few days ago when it started gettin slow on 1 user's acc. since it wuz the admin acc i thought it wud affect all but other acc's were fine. then 2day, i cleaned some un-used stuff off the comp, and found that CounterSpy anti-spyware didnt work...i made sure that i didnt delete it, then when i entered the folder, i saw the program just as b4, but when i started it up, it told me to "Please notify support that this installation has an incorrect resource dll." although i couldnt fix this problem, i wuz able to get the comp up to normal speed again, when my desktop disappeared! now all i see when i start-up the computer is the background, without icons or a toolbar, and the desktop FOLDER. if any1 can help it would be greatly appreciated.

i hope u can understand my short-hand writing :tazz:

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Hello and Welcome to Geeks To Go

Malware dose cause this, so could you please Read This and then post in the Malware Forum, not here. If you are still having problems after being given the clean bill of health at the malware forum, please come back here and I will help you.
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