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Could be video controller related. if you can get in safe mode, uninstall and reinstall video driver and update the bios as a start then observe the system.

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

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How to lock the task bar when it does not showing on screen


It may be set to auto hide. Try moving your mouse cursor to the edge of the bottom screen. If it doesn't show up, try the other three edges of your screen.

Once located, right click on the task bar and choose "Properties" from the menu. On the window that pops up, simply uncheck the auto hide option. If the bar is already on the bottom edge, click on the "Lock the taskbar option." If not, drag the bar to the edge of the screen you prefer and then lock it.
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Right click (hit right mouse button) on task bar and click to lock task bar and uncheck hide task bar. If you cannot right click on time before it disappears move pointer to the bottom of screen and it should reappear. Than follow above steps. If all else fails restart computer clicking on the F8 key repeatedly until start menu comes up , choose safe mode and when the computer starts up your task bar should remain in place, follow above steps to unhindered it permanently and reboot the computer it will start back up in normal mode and your task bar should be "fixed"

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do you mean the taskbar?
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How to unlock it


How to Unlock an Apple iTouch

Although locking your iPod Touch prevents accidental touch commands, the feature also prevents you from accessing your media and applications while the device is locked, according to the Apple site. The lock code is the 4-digit code that was created when the passcode lock was first enabled, and displays a passcode menu prompt on the iPod Touch's screen when the "Home" or "Power" button is pressed and the unlock bar is slid across the screen.

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1 Push the "Home" button on the iPod Touch's screen, or push the "Power" button on top of the device to show the home screen.
2 Slide your finger on the iPod Touch's unlock bar.
3 Enter the 4-digit passcode using the on-screen keypad to unlock the device. If you cannot remember the passcode, plug the dock-connector cable into the iPod Touch and plug the other end into your computer's USB port. According to Apple, the iPod Touch will automatically unlock after it is connected to your computer.

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Tool bar moved t right and is large


Right click on the task bar (I assume you mean the bar that is typically at the bottom of your desktop?)
Make sure "Lock the Task bar" is not checked
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Alienware m9700 Laptop issues...it locked up while i was image editing and reformatting movie in the background, and i am left with the machines loading screens locking up but continuing to boot up..i hear...


1.Open up the Start Menu and in the Start Menu search box, type regedit, to open up the Registry Editor.

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2.Now, right-click on the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE folder, and choose the Find option.
3.The search window will appear so perform a search for OEMBackground.


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4.It will eventually be found under Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\Background (you could navigate there directly, but the search function is probably quicker than typing all that into the path bar.

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Note: it's possible that OEMBackground doesn't exist on your system; if this is the case, adding a new DWORD value with the name of OEMBackground will fix things.

5.Once you can see the OEMBackground entry, double click to reveal its properties, and change the value from 0 (the default) to 1 (which will allow us - or the computer's OEM as intended - to change the login screen background).
Change OEMBackground Value
6.Once this is finished you can close the Registry Editor and open up Windows Explorer. We want to go to %windir%\system32\oobe, so enter that into the path bar.


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You'll now need to create an info folder (all lowercase), and then a new folder, named backgrounds (also lowercase), inside the info folder. Depending on your computer's OEM, you may find these folders already exist and may already have images in them, placed there by Dell or HP or IBM, etc.

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Now simply select a favorite wallpaper. It should be in JPG format and less than 245 KB in size (and ideally the exact dimensions of your display to avoid stretching). Name this image backgroundDefault.jpg and place it in the backgrounds folder.
Restart, lock your screen or logout to see your new login screen.

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Bottom toolbar cannot be seen on monitor


if you are implying the task bar, you can try to click on the bottom of the screen and drag upwards then right click on the task bar and lock it in place/

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Process smartmenu.exe has a volume bar that


first of all u have to remove it from ur startup menu then search any service which support this process and remove it from ur startup Services.

procedure:
window+R
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Computer seems locked up


right click the task bar ( blue bar on bottom of the screen- click task manager- click the program that is frozen ( internet explorer is one example) than click end task. That should unfreeze your computer.

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