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Explorer error cscui.dll

Posted on 2006-11-29
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When I boot my WinXP computer and login, explorer crashes on cscui.dll. No icons ever appear. Ctrl-alt-delete brings up task manager, but no other items appear on the desktop. The background is there. I send the error message to microsoft, but the answer window never appear either. This just started today.
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Need more information. Please do the following:

On the Desktop, [Ctrl-Alt-Del] Bring up the [Task Manager]
Click on the Menu Item for: File - New Task (Run...)

Type in :     eventvwr.msc

When the "Event Viewer" comes up, please look through it, and let me know what you see.

Thank You
Carrzkiss
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