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#1 Chillo

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Posted 11 November 2008 - 06:10 PM

Hey guys, I just restarted my laptop awhile ago (running on vista) and when it went on the appearance was in classic mode and an error appeared: Location is not available C;\\Windows\system32\config\systemprofile\Desktop is not accessible. Access denied There are only 4 icons on y desktop right now, the User, Recycle bin, internet explorer and my computer. I dont know what happened...and my laptop has become slower in result of this.. Also most of my programs couldn't open too.. I tried restoring and repairing but nothing happens..I have also updated with the windows update.. Please help

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Posted 11 November 2008 - 10:06 PM

Hello,
Please read this article.
You will see .bak instead of .bad
You may have to do this in safe mode (under the administrator account).

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Computer CPUs are designed so that the address of any piece of data in virtual memory is tracked by a single integer register. So the total amount of data the computer can keep in its working field depends on the width of these registers. A 32 bit register size enables 232 addresses (4 GB) to be referenced. Switching to a 64 bit register increases the available address space to (approximately) 16 TB. This is why 32 bit operating systems can only use up to 4 GB of RAM, and 64 bit operating systems can use much more. (I have a 32 bit system)


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Posted 12 November 2008 - 12:16 AM

thanks for the quick reply but it didnt want to work =( I followed everything until i got to the profilelist....under profile list there were 4 folders...none of them had the suffix ending in ".bak"... help?

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