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Windows 7: cannot view anything on desktop just totally black


01 Feb 2011   #1

windows 7 ultimate
 
 
cannot view anything on desktop just totally black

need help on my computer, i dun know what happened the last thing i know was that my toddler was pressing all the keys on my keyboard.but manages to turn off the computer using the normal keys. at the same time i installed the winamp player.right now everytime i turn on my pc,after signing in and boot up, the only thing i see is black and one folder file.(my computer/file). I can't see all the icons on my desktop, and even the start menu buttons are all hidden. i tried right click on my mouse but not doin anything.Please help, dun know what else i should do with this. really appreaciate any help that you can give.

thanks and more power to you,
tony

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01 Feb 2011   #2

Windows 7 x86
 
 

If you haven't yet done it, try to start windows in advanced troubleshooting modes, and select "Last known Good Configuration Advanced" for reverting back to state before your Winamp modification.
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