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PC Display after booting

Hello there,
I get problem with my pc. Every time it completes in booting, there is no display on monitor except the background. the task bar, shortcut icons are disappeared.
what i can do right now is opening my pc in safe mode.
Please advice as solution.

Thanks
Edison

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Okay this is a flaw with XP. what you need to to is when that happens. Wait for the screen to load and press Ctrl+Alt+Delete and that will bring up task manager. Under the file button on the top right hand corner and select New Task (Run...). Then the run box opens up and type in the box EXPLORER.EXE that should show the task bar and shortcut icons. If you need any more help just ask me.

All The Best,
RCF

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