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Task bar still not found dropping & dragging

Moving the mouse to the sides & top to see if you moved it out of the screen... the task bar was still not found in either of those places.

It is possible to drag and drop it... i tried dragging & dropping from top & sides. the task bar is still not found

What windows are you using? Windows XP Home Edition

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    Brett07 Jan 07, 2009

    hey Service Dude! Hooray! You did it! i have a start button & task bar at the bottom of my desktop. thank you very much for your time & effort. take it easy.



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    texas, usa

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  2. left hand ide youl get controlpanel
  3. taskbar and start menu
I sugest you you change to clasic so that the taskbar is reseted and the ten restart an do allthis again and change it like it was. You can also bbot in safe mode, by tapping F8 @ boot screen and change the setting there when you restart it should be OK

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