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How to restore systray if Explorer crashes

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Greetings all,

is there a way how to restore the systray with all loaded components if explorer crashes?
For unknown reason,during startup the Explorer crashes and of course the systray is empty after.
What can I do is to reboot Win and pray that will load completely.
Something else is on XP, that will restore it automaticly....

Any idea?


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Relogon. But that will probably trigger the crash again. You need to identify and uninstall the offending startup process.
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Task manager from Tihiy's tools:

http://www.msfn.org/...0-tihiys-tools/

You can install it and when you need to reboot explorer or another process, you simply click "Ctrl-Shift-Esc", then file -> run new process.

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Relogon. But that will probably trigger the crash again. You need to identify and uninstall the offending startup process.

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A crashing startup process is never harmless: instead of it, it's a harbinger of bad behaviour down the road.
It must be uprooted, not left alone and taken for granted.

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Relogon. But that will probably trigger the crash again. You need to identify and uninstall the offending startup process.

+1
A crashing startup process is never harmless: instead of it, it's a harbinger of bad behaviour down the road.
It must be uprooted, not left alone and taken for granted.


Well that crash is random during startup. I have to investigate if it is due to the higher FSB or due to that Quicklaunch apl.

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Super Pi, for a stress test?

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Super Pi, for a stress test?


maybe, but that will require to run atleast 24 hours.




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