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System tray,Start button not available

When i log in as a admin...the system takes more time to come to desktop and I can not click start button, and there are no tray icons..please give me a solution

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    jordan king May 11, 2010

    can you use the windows key

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Goto Taskmanager process tab and check which process is using your memory,kill the process and also note whts ur processor usage?
Try to boot in safemode and check whether your start button is working or not.
goto run type msconfig and in startup tab disableall and reboot the system.
Diagnose these things and post it back

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