Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
First i have a problem with all my desktop icons just disappearng. Now my system freezes before I can log on.
To access safe mode, when you FIRST turn on your computer, while it's booting, press the F8 key. Select "safe mode" from the list when prompted. Once you are in safe mode, you should get a prompt to use the system restore feature of windows. Follow the on screen instructions and restore your computer to a few days before you started having problems. If your restore is successful, make sure you are running anti-virus software. If you have no antivirus protection, you can get a Free antivirus program called Avast at www.avast.com. Another is AVG at www.free.grisoft.com. Then you should update the anti-virus and perform a full system scan.
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
Plz go to safe mode...try doing a system restore..
chk if same problem happens in another user account...
other wise reformat you system
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