Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
The easiest fix is to hit Ctrl-Alt-Delete, enter the Task Manager, and
then select New Task > Run. Type "Explorer" and voila, your taskbar
While spyware is not the only thing that causes this problem, (Network delays, timeouts, drive failures, and other system problems can also cause this to happen) pretty much anything that crashes explorer will also kill your task bar. I also agree with jamilahsan that it may be spy-ware and would definitely scan your machine.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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