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Windows host process(rundII32)has stopped working.Also I have lost my recycle bin and cannot retrieve it.I am running Vista Home Premium.

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Reboot for the host process to start working again, and you may want to do a complete virus and anti-spyware sweep.

To retrieve you recycle bin:

  1. Right click on your desktop and, from the drop down menu, Click on the Personalize option
  2. When the Personalize window opens, Look in the left hand task pane and Click on the Change Desktop Icons link
  3. The desktop Icon Setting window will now open
  4. Under the section marked ‘Desktop Icons’ you will see a list of Icons that can be placed on the desktop
  5. One of those Icons listed in this section will be Recycle Bin
  6. Place a Check Mark in the box to the Left of the Recycle Bin option and then Press OK
  7. The recycle Bin should now be sitting once more on your desktop
Let me know if this helps, if not we can go on from there.

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Greetings,

If you still can, go Control Panel & perform a System Restore.

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Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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How to remove Recycle Bin Icon from Desktop
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Either use TweakUI or make the change manually in the registry.
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DO:
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I cant find my recycle bin


hello,

Please try right click on the desktop and then properties, click desktop tab and customize desktop. then click restore default setting. this will resolve the issue. however if the same happen then you have to repair the windows installation.

melnavz

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  2. Click on the Change Desktop Icons link in the upper left hand corner
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