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Brynchilla

I uninstalled Start is back, and now my screen display is being wonky.

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Brynchilla    0

The free trial period for Start Is Back recently ended, and I uninstalled it. After I uninstalled it, I noticed that things were going a bit wonky, so I turned my computer off. When I turned it back on and logged in, I was met with a black screen with a blue toolbar at the bottom of the screen. When I push control, alt and delete, the screen for that comes up for that. There is the little white arrow in the corner, and when I click on it, there is one app, but I cannot access it.

Did I do something wrong with shutting it down when I shouldn't have, or is something else going on?

Any help that can be given is much appreciated.

Thank-you.

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Tihiy    226

Sorry for the trouble.

Seems like uninstallation did not work correctly.

Reinstall StartIsBack (start it via task manager) and uninstall it again.

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Tihiy    226

I don't know how to reinstall a program that way. Could you tell me how?

Press ctrl-alt-delete, choose Start Task Manager, then File - Run, press Browse, find the downloaded startisback setup exe, press OK.

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