|*Sorry for the double post.*|
I've deleted the 'explorer.exe' (the old one) and I've copied a new 'explorer.exe' in 'WINDOWS' in 'Safe mode'.
That's it! I've managed to repair 'Safe mode' with another 'explorer.exe'.
OMG, I'm very close to fix it.
What should I do now?
When I start up Windows normally, it doesn't has icons or the 'START' bar. But in 'Safe mode', no problem.
Also, the 'Task manager' doesn't work either.
I've tried CTRL+ALT+DEl & CTRL+SHIFT+ESC
No use. I think I have to return in 'Safe mode' to finish the repair.
Everytime I open in 'Safe mode' (after I've pasted the new and healthy explorer.exe), there's a message it's telling me:
Windows is running in safe mode.
This special diagnostic mode of Windows enables you to fix a problem which may be caused by your network or hardware settings. Make sure these settings are correct in Control Panel, and then try starting Windows again. While in safe mode, some of your devices may not be avaible.
To proceed to work in safe mode, click "Yes". If you prefer to use System Restore to restore your computer to a previous state, click "No".
Afterwards, I've tried to see what the 'BACKUP' program says.
START > All Programs > Accesories > System Tools > Backup
The Backup Utility cannot connect to the Removable Storage service.This service is required for use of tape drives and other backup devices.
Please exit and start the Removable Storage service using the Systemservices function of the Management Console.
I'm not sure if I need the 'Backup' utility to repair my computer.
Xps86, I need you more than ever on this. I'm very close...