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I believe this is a malware infection. Brontok virus
download and install Malwarebytes

and run a scan

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Wallpaper but no desktop icons on a MS6188 system

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bronstab virus might have corrupted the file "eksplorasi" or maybe the file is itself the virus

now if that is the case the Virus might have made an entry in the startup and as the file has been deleted the windows startup could not find the file hence the error

what you must try

when you press ctrl +alt + del
go to files ->run
i guess you know that much now try entering into
msconfig and goto the startup tab to determine any malware at start up

2)also go to services and then click "hide microsoft" after that in the remaining one again do a similar check

3)restart your computer after that if still your explorer is not opening
not that is where i can really not suggest much
but what you can do is go to windows task scheduler and then make schedule to open windows explorer at each "logon"
at least then your explorer will open everytime you log on

pls do not forget to rate the solution

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