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Desktop After reboot wallpaper shows up, no desk top icons, no start up menue and no clock.

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Usually means your missing files. put your windows disk into the disk drive and reinstall your operating system.
usually takes about two hours
any more problems email me
milliprowd21@yahoo.co.uk

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