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I have lost my Menu Bar and have tried going to the Control Panel

And trying System Restore to restore lost files. I waited while the computer "restored" and it shut down and turned itself back on, etc. but no no avail. Everything was the same as it was before. NO MENU BAR, so I can't print, edit, etc. I do appreciate the help so far, but it did not solve the problem.

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Try using your menu key on your keyboard. its next to the Ctrl key, that will bring up your start menu which shuld also show the task bar. right click on the task bar and click on properties. make sure "auto hide Task bar is not checked. and lock task bar. you may also have lowered it below your view. try moving your mouse pointer down at the bottom of the screen and see if your pointer turns into an arrow., if it does hold the left mouse button and move it up untill your task bar shows.

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