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Repair Windows 7 Black Screen of Death

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How to fix a black screen when I accidentally deleted a task?

I was using task manager and I think I accidentally stopped a task so how can I regain my desktop and all of my icons

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Black screen with cursor when I try task manager it dosnt show new task?

I have black screen when I try task manager it dosnt show new task. I have tried: When I try task manager it dosnt show new task. I think it was caused by: No antivirus

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