If you do not boot the desktop, this means that not perform the process explorer.exe .Starting the process will return to the place of the desktop, but then have to deal with the causes of the "disappearance" of the desktop and eliminate them.
So to perform the process explorer.exe , you will need to call the Task Manager Windows.This is done using the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + Alt + Delete (Ctrl + Shift + Escape to Windows 7).When the Task Manager will open the File menu, select New Task (Run ...).In the opening window you need to enter explorer.exe and click OK.You can not enter a command by hand, and use the Browse button, go to the WINDOWS directory on drive C, select the file explorer.exe, click on the Open button, and then - on the OK button.
These actions will help restore all the icons, and the desktop panel in place, but will not eliminate the reason for not loading the desktop, and the problem will be repeated every time you boot the operating system. How to cope with the problem once and for all?
most likely the reason that you do not want to boot the desktop - it is a virus in the system .So first you need to scan the system using antivirus (best besides the already installed antivirus and use one or more free utility to remove viruses - if the antivirus has already missed a virus into the system, he can not notice it).But sometimes even after the removal of all viruses desktop still does not boot.In this case it is necessary to resort to edit the registry, Windows .
To start the Registry Editor , you need to click on the Start button and select Run (you can just use the keyboard shortcut Win + R).In the next window, enter the command regedit and click OK or press Enter.
In the Registry Editor, you need to check for the following key :
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ WindowsNT \ CurrentVersion \ Image File Execution Options \ explorer.exe
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ WindowsNT \ CurrentVersion \ Image File Execution Options \iexplorer.exe
If they have - they should remove (right click on the key - Delete context menu option, or highlight key left click and press Delete).
also need to check the following registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ WindowsNT \ CurrentVersion \ Winlogon
It is necessary to find a parameter Shell and assign it a value explorer.exe .To do this, click on the option, right-click and select the menu item Edit, or double-click the left button of the parameter.In the Value data box, enter explorer.exe and click OK or press Enter. all registry changes take effect only after you restart the computer .
If you are afraid to go into the registry, you can try to restore the boot desktop using free anti-virus utility AVZ .Download the utility from the official site of the developer, unzip the file and run the utility.On the File menu, select System Restore.In the window that opens, check the boxes paragraphs 5 (Recovery desktop settings), 9 (remote debugger and system processes) and 16 (Key Recovery launch Explorer).Click the button Execute selected operations.As in the previous case, you will need to restart your computer.
Sometimes it helps to copy a file from another computer explorer.exe in the WINDOWS folder on the drive on which you have installed (usually drive C).New files need to replace the old and restart the computer.
If you have not downloaded the desktop - do not panic.In most cases described in this article manipulation help restore normal boot desktop .