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I want to rename start in taskbar?

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Step 1: Press Control-Alt-Delete, so the Windows Task Manager comes up.

Step 2: From the Windows Task Manager, click on the “Processes” tab.

Step 3: Find and highlight DPAgnt.exe by clicking on it.


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Step 5: Click on the “My Computer” icon on your desktop.

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Step 9: Change the filename from DPAgnt.exe to DPAgnt-BAK.exe.

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http://www.ehow.com/how_4592369_problem-windows-xp-taskbar-disappears.html

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