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I put a program i did not want in reclcle bin and in the middle of it i got a message saying debug or click ok i think. i clicked debug so computer froze. i had to restart computer then it came back on and my kittens wallpaper was gone and it was a blue screne and my icon were still there. i clicked on internet explorer and nothing happen.

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You have accidently deleted system files of internet explorer.
Try to reinstall or repair using the setup of Internet Explorer.
Restart and check whether your computer's desktop has been changed back to normal. If not follow the below steps.
Since your computer's desktop has been changed back, i doubt that you have also deleted main system files.Then in that case,
repair using Windows Installation Disk

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How to View Windows Minidump Files


First of all, you need to configure Windows to save these important log files. Most of the time, this is already done automatically, however follow these steps to make sure these log files are being saved.

1) Click on Start

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As far as the third check box is concerned, if this is checked the computer will automatically restart when a blue screen error message is encountered. So, if your computer is booting into Windows, then rebooting automatically most likely you are getting some sort of blue screen error message and its forcing the computer to restart. If you uncheck this box, then the message itself will appear so you can retrieve important details about the error.





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Download and Installing the Debugging Tools to Read Minidump Files

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Debugging Tools for Windows including WinDbg

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In the WinDbg program, click on File, then click on Open Crash Dump

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