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I cannot re install my start up bar the file display

My menu bar would not display on my laptop tried everything to start any operation i have to go through the task manager. please help. thank you.
sorry its not a toshiba you havent got it on the drop down list its called keymat.

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Sounds like you or a virus deleted a windows file

have you tried using system restore and restoring at an earlier time ?

you can try using automated system recovery by using windows installation disc.

The easy way to fix this would probably be to reinstall windows.

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In XP, go to Start > Control Panel > "Taskbar and Start Menu" and open it and you should be able to show and lock your Task bar aka "menu bar" from the Taskbar/Start menue options you'll see there.
Good luck.

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Internet Explorer includes a toolbar that allows you to browser the Internet or perform different functions in your browser.


The toolbar allows you to navigate web pages, add browser add-ons such as pop-up blockers, save and print pages and more.


If you are unable to see the toolbar or components you want to use, enable them quickly using these simple steps and guidelines.


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Hi,

This should fix the issue.

First Step :

Click on Start button
Click on Run or under START TYPE HERE type the command "%temp%" without quotes (")
Click OK
A Window will pop-up ( Temporary folder )
Click on Edit from Menu bar and click Select All ( or short cut method to select all the files is Press CRTL + A
Press Shift + Del key to delete the files
Few files may not get deleted so skip those files as you can delete them later

( The files and folder listed in the folder will not harm any data/document/files on your PC as they are just temporary files and can be deleted )

Second Step :

Click on Start button
Click on Run or under START TYPE HERE type the command "prefetch" without quotes (")
Click OK
A Window will pop-up ( Prefetch Folder )
Click on Edit from Menu bar and click Select All ( or short cut method to select all the files is Press CRTL + A
Press Shift + Del key to delete the files

Third Step :

Open Internet Explorer

Click on Tools on right side of window and select Internet Options
OR
Click on TOOLS from Menu bar on top and click on Internet Options
Under General TAB - Click on Delete button
Click on Delete Files button and click Yes for the message
Likewise Click on Delete Cookies, Delete History ( if you do not want the list of websites to be displayed when you type www and the website name in address bar ), Click on Delete forms
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Right-click on the Automatic Updates option in the Name column and click Stop
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Click on the following link to download the latest version of the Windows Update Agent and save it to your desktop.

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