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An operating system ? and make of computer ? would be nice to know so someone could give a precise solution.
Reset your desktop computer to make your operating system work better. Reset a desktop computer to its defaults to override unwanted changes. Reset your desktop computer settings to the browser default settings to ensure safe use of the Internet. Always try to resolve your computing troubles by resetting your desktop computer.
Use your desktop computer's recovery system to a time when the system was working better. To reset your desktop computer to a store point, left-click the "Start" menu, point to "All Programs," and "Accessories," and then "System Tools." Click on "System Restore." Click on the option to "Restore," then click the "Next" button. Click "OK." You may also use the feature to "Set Restore Point" for future needs. In the next step you will clean up your file paths and file space to ensure that your computer is running the operating system smoothly. Click on the "Start" menu. Point to "All Programs." Point to "Accessories." Point to "System Tools." Click on "Disk Defragmenter." Click on the "Defragment" button. Close the Defragment program. Your computer will run like new. It is a good idea to restart your computer. Close all programs, then click on the "Start" button. Click "Turn Off Computer." Select "Restart." Click "OK." b> Reset a PC for the Manufacturer, Microsoft, or Non-Microsoft Program Defaults b> Click the "Start" button. Point to "All programs." Click on "Set Program Access and Defaults." Click on "Computer Manufacturer" to reset your desktop computer to the manufacturer's settings. Click on "Microsoft Windows" to reset your Internet Explorer and MSN Messenger settings. Click on "Non-Microsoft" to reset Mozilla Firefox settings. Click "OK." Your browser, email, and instant messenger settings will now be reset to the manufacturer's specifications.
Can you rotate the computer, so that the antenna in your computer is physically closest to the router?
If your router has a single-pole antenna, make sure that it is vertical -- the signal goes "sideways" from the antenna.
If your router has more than one antenna, follow the manufacturer's directions for pointing each antenna (typically a 'V' for twin antennas).
Access the router's built-in web-interface, and confirm that the router is transmitting at 100% power.
well once you find the program in "All Programs" in your start menu can "Create a shortcut" by right clicking the program under the start program and selected create a shortcut or "Pin to the start menu" or If you have a different problem just post another comment. I'm assuming the icon is gone from the desktop? or your homepage. (Are you talking about a website?)