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OK, the best thing to do, would be to do a system restore. To do this, simply press F8, at boot time, keep pressing until, the SAFE MODE, window shows, then choose System Restore, then you will see a calender type window, asking you to choose a point in time BEFORE you had any issues, now choose a suitable time, before you had problems, now complete the system restore, the PC will do stuff for a while then it will reboot, after which you will be informed as to what is going on, soon you will be at your desktop just the way it was before you had any trouble.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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