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Desktop does not show after the logon - Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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  • Abhisek Das May 11, 2010

    wat exactly u see after log in??i need some more details??do u see the windows boot screen??

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1.This is windows explorer.exe problem
when u r logon press Ctrl+Alt+Delete

taskmanager is open click applications > new task .write explorer.exe then click ok

show ur desktop icon

2. This is windows explorer.exe problem
when u r logon press Ctrl+Alt+Delete

taskmanager is open click new . browse click desktop and right click my computer click manage local user and groups then right hand side right click user and create new user account
then restart ur system

login ur new account

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