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oh well,,, Congratulations and thank you for sharing the solution. Report Chris smith- Aug 15, 2015 05:15AM Amazing thanks so much worked a dream been crashing for past two days Report rom- Aug 17, 2015 01:04AM I was getting hopeless and Now create your own Show Desktop icon by typing or pasting the following code into Notepad. [Shell]Command=2IconFile=explorer.exe,3[Taskbar]Command=ToggleDesktop When you save it, make sure to select All Files in Notepad. Right click did not work . Check This Out

Of course the regular Show Desktop in the lower right corner as well. Open Notepad, type something short and save the file as fake.exe in the folder you just created for the SCF file. im going crazy trying to figure this out please help!!!! dont do anything yet 4.

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More like this Windows 7 beta tips, tricks and tweaks Visual Tour: Vista's new UI Windows 7 tricks: 20 top tips and tweaks on IDG Answers How can I try a Once i've killed "explorer.exe" process and adobe's automatic updater came up! Your Default web browser should open. well nothing Report sue- May 28, 2010 11:10PM guys the screen being black just go to customize dock k Helpful +4 Report Andy Dec 29, 2008 06:27PM hi had a similar

  1. I am using Windows 7 Professional 64-bit.
  2. September 23, 2010 dgreen another way is right click taskbar.choose show the desktop March 21, 2011 Wojo Obviously when you're lookin at porn, and your wife enters the room you cant
  3. Now your connected to the web and go to http://www.malwarebytes.org and download Malwarebytes -> Install it -> Updated it -> Run it -> Reboot -> Run it in safe Helpful +1
  4. Woo-hoo!
  5. Rebbot machine into safe mode with command prompt only. 8.

Now go Alt+Ctrl+Del and click on the tab "Processes" Find Explorer.exe in that list and click end process. 5. can you pleaaaaaase help!! Opinion Show Desktop restored on Windows 7. Windows Key + D Not Working Windows 10 Can anyone help?

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