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My screen wont display icons

My satellite pro m70 wont display any icon at all, not even the Startup Windows button. i tried all the Accounts (Administrator and Guest) but the problem is the same.
what is the best thing to do first pls?

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Insert your WIN OS installation CD - But select recovery.
Attempt to rebuild windows...
This sounds like hard drive issue - sometimes a rebuild will temporarily get around this - but I would strongly recommend once running to do a surface / scan disk...

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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