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enticer86

Stay Silent!
Hi frnds,

Attached image shows the screen I get after pressing CTRL + Alt + Del.. Theres no menubar.

What could be the problem?
 

dhanusaud

Ambassador of Buzz
Generally this is effect of virus. Scan your PC in safe mode with well updated antivirus. And see the if there is any effect..

Another way is:
1) Run Scan with "Hijack This"
2) Look for anything close to this O17 - HKLM\System\CCS\Services\Tcpip\..\{78B44176-C987-40AA-B09
3) It shoud be the same all the way to this^ point (the numbers may be diffrent
4) Check Mark it
5) Click on Fix Checked
6) Close the application & restart your PC

see if this trick helps you.

Last Option:
Repairing Windows is the last & best option to get rid of this problem.
 

adi007

Youngling
guys guys ...there is no problem
Just double click anywhere(not inside the white area) to bring it back...
see for example here is my task manager screenshot

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lol..i was surprised and shocked by the answers you people gave ...:D
 

moshel

Padawan
i agree with adi007....just double click on the upper end cream coloured portion and u will get the menu back.
 
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enticer86

enticer86

Stay Silent!
guys guys ...there is no problem
Just double click anywhere(not inside the white area) to bring it back...

lol..i was surprised and shocked by the answers you people gave ...:D

Thank u so much buddy. Why didn't you come online before, i was so scared of the invisible virus that no antivirus cud find.
lol
 

adi007

Youngling
Thank u so much buddy. Why didn't you come online before, i was so scared of the invisible virus that no antivirus cud find.
lol
Lol...You are welcome...
I just hope that you did not reinstall or formatted the system for this reason..:)
 

dhanusaud

Ambassador of Buzz
Lol...You are welcome...
I just hope that you did not reinstall or formatted the system for this reason..:)

LOL.....
I was just thinking dat it was serious problem. I hv noticed dis trick before in my PC but forget to keep in my memory..:shock:

+1 to adi007:)
 
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enticer86

enticer86

Stay Silent!
wen u r on windows u hav a reason to get paranoid :D
Well said.

Lol...You are welcome...
I just hope that you did not reinstall or formatted the system for this reason..:)

Not exactly.. i don bother for this thing, but now dunno why the speed is soooo slow..

I've 40GB HDD, with 512MB Ram, system managed Virtual RAM, 2Ghz Intel Celeron.
Original Xp, sp2

And the speed sucks. Is this coz my PC is very outdated?:(
 

dheeraj_kumar

Legen-wait for it-dary!
Hey people, how would you bring this effect (hiding menu bar and double clicking to get it back) on a computer that works perfectly?

A reverse question, I know, but this seems verrrryyyyy interesting :D
 

adi007

Youngling
Well said.
I've 40GB HDD, with 512MB Ram, system managed Virtual RAM, 2Ghz Intel Celeron.
Original Xp, sp2

And the speed sucks. Is this coz my PC is very outdated?:(
Buddy if that's what u call outdated system then what do you call mine..

Pentium 4 2.4Ghz 256 MB RAM....:D

Yes i am having just 256 MB RAM and i am very happy with my system performance...it's better then my friend system who is having Dual Core and 1 GB RAM...:D

Hey people, how would you bring this effect (hiding menu bar and double clicking to get it back) on a computer that works perfectly?

A reverse question, I know, but this seems verrrryyyyy interesting :D
Sorry i didn't understood your point...
Double click on any area(except the white area) to toggle between menu bar hiding and unhiding...and i didn't understood what u meant by "Computer that works properly"...This can be done on any system...:)
 
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dheeraj_kumar

Legen-wait for it-dary!
HEY!
Lol man it works! I didnt know this before! Neat, really neat. :D I thought this was just some abnormal error as usual :) nice, thanks for the info :)
 

adi007

Youngling
HEY!
Lol man it works! I didnt know this before! Neat, really neat. :D I thought this was just some abnormal error as usual :) nice, thanks for the info :)
U are welcome..:D
I use it regularly when viewing my cpu usage..
This small trick applies to every tab i.e, process,performance etc., :)
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