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Desktop recovery on the desktop it states that microsoft windows has experienced an unexpected error. as a precaution, your active desktop has been turned off. to restore the active desktop, use the following troubleshooting tips: you can click on box that says restore my active desktop and it doesnt do anything goes to box that says internet explorer script error then says if you want to continue running skript press yes then when you do nothing happens then the next steps says to right click and click on properties then says windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. you may not have th appropriate permissions to access the item you cant click on any of the icons or give same msg as stated above please help me with a solution you can contact me at k-c-jolley@peoplepc.com

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Their are many thing first that you know you have a administrator account. secondly it is also cause by virus . check for latest antivirus update and scan your system. or this may be the file corrrupted of youroperating system.
if nothing help install windows again.
this can fix your problem.
plz rate it if helpfull.

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