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I have windows Server 2008 R2
my problem is
when i open  the server with  ctrl+Alt+delete and writ user nam administrator and password
not open disktop icon and toolbars it appear mous only and it same  in safe mode
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by:eugene20022002
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what happens if you ctrl+alt+del and select start task manager click on New task and type explorer.exe and then press enter or click ok
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by:chlebi
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Is this related to local console login or remote desktop session?
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by:osgroup
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when i  ctrl+alt+del not see  task manager  i see only  (lock this computer-switch user-log off-change password )
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by:osgroup
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yeas  this  is related to local console login
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by:chlebi
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This is strange... Does it work in safe more?
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by:osgroup
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not work  in safe more
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Try to get a Task Manager using Ctrl-Shift-Esc whle on he blank screen
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by:osgroup
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I try  Ctrl-Shift-Esc not coming   task manager
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by:chlebi
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Could be that your event logs are corrupt:

1) Boot from DVD to go to the repair mode.  
2) open administrative command prompt.
3) Go to windows drive
4) go to event log folder: cd c:\windows\system32\winevt
5) rename the folder: ren Logs Logs_bad
6) create a new empty one: mkdir Logs

exit repair mode and restart the system. This might help... let me know.
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by:osgroup
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I try that  Boot from DVD to go to the repair mode. but  coming same problem
i found virus that name w32 tanatos.s and w32 tanatos.m
can you send me some tools to Remove it
thanks
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