Taskbar is not working in windows 7 32 bit

September 22, 2011 at 00:20:49
Specs: Windows 7, AMD/2GB
Hi,

I have windows 7 32bit Assembled Desktop and in that system taskbar is not working completely. When i start my computer it works fine for few minutes and after that suddenly it stops working and i can not do anything in taskbar other that that i can work on my computer. Please provide me some solution. Thank you in Advance!!


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#1
September 22, 2011 at 04:13:16
If this condition has begun recently and worked normally before than try a system restore to a date when all was working correctly, then run Malwarebytes to make sure that it was not caused by an infection.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#2
September 26, 2011 at 04:39:56
Hi,
Thank you for your prompt response but i have already tried system restore and also formatted C drive and install a new windows 7 but still problem is exist. I dont think there is any marlware or viruses in that system.
Waiting for your reply!!! Thank you

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#3
September 26, 2011 at 05:38:38
There isn't much that can survive a format and reinstall. You have not described the effect in much detail, but this most probably is hardware related. If you are getting random freezes or occasional restarts and effects within windows is not consistently one single problem but more random, then I would suspect a memory problem. Use Memtest86 to test your RAM, since it works outside of Windows (you burn a bootable CD and boot to it) it will give you a true reading on memory errors. If you get any error, stop the test and retest with only one stick of memory at a time to verify and identify the bad stick. Dual channel memory is best changed in pairs to keep them running in sync.
If this does not come up with any errors then you will need to test your hard drive using the utility downloaded from the hard drive manufacturer for this purpose (also bootable CD) and see if there is any fixable or nonfixable problems there.
Post back results and more details on how the machine acts during both tests and within Windows. Probably the only thing remaining would be using the install disk and deleting ALL partitions and creating all new partition to install W7 on from scratch and formatting that. If you use more than one partition, leave the space, but create those later with Disk Manager from within Windows 7. This would even wipe out root based infection which just formatting might not.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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