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When started system displaying empty screen

hello, sir when i start my system its showing empty screen.as i don't have chance am using restart my computer then its showing icons.some time its take long time after 2 to 5 time restart .

i checked its not log off ....!

what i have to do ?
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  1. Can you describe the hardware and operating system for me?
  2. hi, when i starting my system its displaying empty screen ....
    after restart system its displaying all icons and status bar and some time its taking long time to display after 2 to 5 restart process

    this started from last 2 week...!

    how can i solve my problem?

    i uninstalled two three unwanted software which is done by mistake like TV fantastic, and fast download and sweetIm smiles
  3. hang-the-9 said:


    hello,
    sir i already installed avira antivirus and recently i installed malwarebytes to solve my previous problem .....!

    before 2 day of installed malware i got this problem after that i nstalled malware. now what i have to do?

    sir i don't know in c drive which folder are help to run the system.in scan i found above 100 detected files..?

    can you tel me which one i can delete from scan result, which one not?

    my problems here i don't have more knowledge of about c drive management..?


    now am going to downlode combofix.exe.now instruct me further IL not install before your reply.

    thank you...!
  4. When Computer loads to Blank screen:
    Then press ALT+CTRL+DEL
    New window will open
    Click on File > Click on New Task (Run..)
    New window will open
    Type EXPLORER.EXE > Press OK


    Hope Icons appear on screen.
  5. Repair setup of Windows may help you. Once a virus does it's job, the anti-virus software can't repair the damage, they only remove or prevent the virus from installing.

    http://www.wikihow.com/Do-a-Windows-XP-%22Repair-Install%22

    If that does not help, save your files and settings, Favorites, etc... and do a full re-installation of Windows.
  6. alishathomaz said:
    When Computer loads to Blank screen:
    Then press ALT+CTRL+DEL
    New window will open
    Click on File > Click on New Task (Run..)
    New window will open
    Type EXPLORER.EXE > Press OK


    Hope Icons appear on screen.


    i tried its not working
  7. hang-the-9 said:
    Repair setup of Windows may help you. Once a virus does it's job, the anti-virus software can't repair the damage, they only remove or prevent the virus from installing.

    http://www.wikihow.com/Do-a-Windows-XP-%22Repair-Install%22

    If that does not help, save your files and settings, Favorites, etc... and do a full re-installation of Windows.



    system disc drive not working properly how can i do re-installation of windows

    recently i replace with old damage cd writer
  8. Quote:
    Can you describe the hardware and operating system for me?


    window xp is operating system......!

    hardware mean what i have to descrbe about that?
  9. By hardware I mean what is in your computer.

    CPU, RAM, motherboard, etc.

    It sounds as if your XP installation has become corrupted. This would be expected if this has been on the computer for many years.

    I would recommend you back up any files and settings you need. Passwords, bookmarks, pictures, files of any sort. Put them on a USB drive or burn to disk, or put them on an external drive, whatever.

    Then re-format the hard drive and install a fresh copy of XP.
  10. Put in the windows disk, boot off it, follow directions to re-install it. If you are seeing drive errors, you would want to replace the hard-drive and install Windows on that.
  11. hang-the-9 said:
    Put in the windows disk, boot off it, follow directions to re-install it. If you are seeing drive errors, you would want to replace the hard-drive and install Windows on that.


    thank you i solve my problem..?

    i have one more question ?can keep malwaerbyte along with quikheel antivirus? if i keep two active at one time is there any risk for my system
  12. Quote:
    By hardware I mean what is in your computer.

    CPU, RAM, motherboard, etc.

    It sounds as if your XP installation has become corrupted. This would be expected if this has been on the computer for many years.

    I would recommend you back up any files and settings you need. Passwords, bookmarks, pictures, files of any sort. Put them on a USB drive or burn to disk, or put them on an external drive, whatever.

    Then re-format the hard drive and install a fresh copy of XP.


    thanku sir i solve my problem?
  13. Best answer
    Never heard of that quikheel (you probably mean "heal" anyway) antivirus. Use the free Microsoft one, or Avira AntiVir or AVG instead. You can run Malwarebytes along with them, and the free non-resident version of Malwarebytes does not even run all the time, only when you run it manually.
  14. hang-the-9 said:
    Never heard of that quikheel (you probably mean "heal" anyway) antivirus. Use the free Microsoft one, or Avira AntiVir or AVG instead. You can run Malwarebytes along with them, and the free non-resident version of Malwarebytes does not even run all the time, only when you run it manually.


    sir i installed avira anti virus but window security alert showing massage window did not find antivirus software on this computer .i check its active. how can i solve this
  15. Should work fine with it, did you reboot after you installed it? And you did do a clean setup of Windows before this to fix your other issues?
  16. no i didnot reboot and no i didn't do clean setup
  17. zakir_05 said:
    no i didnot reboot and no i didn't do clean setup


    Need to, at least reboot. Although you will probably need to re-install Windows at this point due to the other issues.
  18. Best answer selected by zakir_05.
  19. hang-the-9 said:
    Need to, at least reboot. Although you will probably need to re-install Windows at this point due to the other issues.



    actually sir ,

    i format my system after that i installed antivirus ..

    here window security problem is there .
  20. Best answer selected by zakir_05.
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