Cannot get programs to open from startup bar in windows Tags: Photoshop My Documents Solitaire Windows 7 Last response: October 21, 2012 12:13 PM in Windows 7 Share KathieD October 21, 2012 12:04:11 PM Well, this problem just started, but I can't get any of the programs open on the start bar. I can open open files in my documents, but no other programs will start, such as solitaire or photoshop. More about : programs open startup bar windows noidea_77 a b $ Windows 7 October 21, 2012 12:13:53 PM I think, we need a little more info here: You are running win7? By start bar you mean the task bar? What about the start menu? Do they start from there? Any error messages? Does photoshop start, when you open a photoshop file from my documents? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCannot Open Certain Programs that are on the Favorites Bar Forumcannot get an address bar to show in any windows programs ForumWindows 7 programs refuse to open (100k problem) ForumPrograms That Open on Windows Startup ForumSlow/crashing programs , programs disappearing from start bar . ForumCusomize windows folders side bar ForumCannot access Internet for first 90 seconds upon startup ForumOpen programs icons not visible in task bar ForumWindows 7 i cannot open any programs or download ForumCannot open Properties dialog box for Add/Remove program files in Microsoft XP ForumWindows xp slow to open startup programs ForumPs/2 keyboard works during boot up but will not work when windows is open ! ForumOpen programs not showing on task bar and volume turning d.. Forum[Solved] Product key for windows 7 professional 32 bit free ForumPrince of persia the two thrones free download for windows 7 ForumHp compaq nc6000 audio drivers for windows 7 ForumHow to install an email program for windows 7 ForumMy system is converted from ultimate to home basic.how to undo it?? ForumHow to delete/hide desktop configeration setting on windows 7 ForumI have Windows 7 installed and running on my computer.now i have installed windo More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !