After it finishes work, it exits: It should NOT be there once initialization of the user is complete. Hours of research and unsuccessful solutions ... click image name to organize it in alphabetical order. Run a system scan with your spyware/virus software to make sure all is well once completed. Check This Out
I thought your answer would work, when I typed regedit in the new task it brings up a new window saying windows can not open this file. I understand that nothing is a guarantee, but all I see is people coming up with these crazy answers to solve this problem and their all over thinking it. Report Gene- Mar 29, 2010 at 06:13 PM Perfect fix ... Tips for a great answer: - Provide details, support with references or personal experience . - If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box . - It's 100% free, https://forums.techguy.org/threads/dell-dimension-2400-no-taskbar-no-icons.939616/
Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook How to put program type on tool bar - HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook \012\012Adding Icons to the Task Bar\012\012Click on the Start Menu to open it\012Click on It wouldn't harm to use a driver backup program to backup the drivers used now. You have something that is corrupting the system, have you recently installed a new program or hardware that might be conflicting? HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook I HAVE A WINDOW XP HOME EDITION AND WHEN I START MY COMPUTER THE ONLY THING THAT COMES UP IS THE BACKGROUND.
I didn't have an iexplorer.exe either. THEN, with great hopes, I restarted the machine. This is a very simple fix. The Dell 2400 has a motherboard graphics card.
I got on a Microsoft blog site and kept seeing the same software mentioned as a solution. delete them also). 6. I do not get the blue background 'Welcome' screen either.I have tried (F8) booting into Safe Mode, Safe Mode with command prompt and Last known good configuration again resulting in the try this When I right click just to get into the desktop, I select display and even that gets no response.
Help please. Sure enough, while there isn't a hard failure (failure on every pass) if you run the test for a while it WILL fail. I'll return the HD to its own machine and start up mbam again while I watch it; maybe I can stop it before the freeze? Uncheck auto-hide2.
Then there's a GX-240 1.7 gHz machine that really IS snappy, running Win98SE with some chunks of ME added on. The same would be true of the system repair using the install/restore disk. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Ctrl Alt Del does not launch anything.
I selected start in safe mode. his comment is here Report Woody- Sep 15, 2008 at 06:10 AM Hi, Thank you for the REGEDIT info, I was looking at a system format otherwise. I found that I did not have explorer.exe in the registry, and I have the same problem. Sadly, you will have to do this every time you log on, if you have a system restore point before this desktop problem, then do a system restore. __________________________________________________ To reply
may have done wrong thing it was just a black screen .. I am getting dizzy with this problem the whole night and now I got the solution... I can delete the shorcuts but not the the icon on the right task bar. http://transcoderesearch.com/dell-dimension/dell-dimension-2400-specs.html The noticeable difference is that F12 and F8 now work reliably during boot.
In the white bar type in explorer.exe and you will have your desktop back. PC Desktops No task bar or icons appearing on screen Please inform me about how to install icons (Tool Bars) on screenll Thanks nmchouhan ... Report hheck- Jan 31, 2009 at 11:37 PM I was having same problem, whats the fix?
Once we re-booted the system after the SP3 installation the computers were stuck on the "Windows XP graphic" on the screen with a continuous scroll bar. Have a good day! A restore to an earlier checkpoint probably would work if you can do it, but I found that my attempt failed and when I tried again there WERE NO earlier checkpoints. The mouse moved fine but nothing to click.
Regards, Dave. Report satish- Mar 18, 2009 at 07:49 AM So much thanks to you... PS, make sure if you're connected to the internet you run a antivirus program. navigate here THANK YOU WHOEVER POSTED 205.
system boot press f8. I also seen that it could be from deleting a spyware which changed the userinit.exe which is not my problem either.