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try restoring your system.... for that click on start->all programs--> Accesories--> System Tools --> System Restore. then a calender will appear ...roll back ot prevous date when ur desktop worked properly..click on the bold dates on the calender and then restore.... this will solve ur issue..
Use the windows Restore feature, this will restore all your settings to a point of your choice in the past.
Click on control panel, then on the left, select HELP AND SUPPORT.
Then click on; Undo changes to your computer with SYSTEM RESTORE.
This will take you back to an earlier point before you made the changes.
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