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After startup, all icons and taskbar disappear...

My laptop was functioning normally until all of a sudden the screen disappeared (all icons and taskbar disappear and all that is left is the desktop picture) It sometimes flashes in and out but after a few minutes everything disappears and I can't click on anything, tell me my laptop isn't dying!! I don't know what to do and I've restarted it a zillion times..

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shannon

my laptop's brand is HP Pavillion dv600,the icons, start button and everything on the screen disappeard all of a sudden. i don't know why, i can't click anything. when i tried closing it using alt+f4, it won't work and some dialogue boxes appearing and said : "a problem caused the program to stop working correctly." I don't know why it stopped working.... PLEASE I'M BEGGING ALL OF YOU..HELP ME!!!

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Start your machine in safe mode and if you have any antivirus installed in it and is updated then scan it , your laptop is infected with virus . so scan it

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