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    Angry What on earth did I do?

    I was switching back and forth between a couple of pages and my little finger slipped to the right and I got a completely white page. I tried everything to get rid of it. I can still search and switch pages but now it is over my wallpaper of my little dog. I turned off the computer and back on and it is still in front of my picture of her. I can see about 1/8 inch of the picture behind the white page. How do I get rid of it? Nothing happens when I right click on it and there is no X to X out the page.

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    I'm sure the first question is going to be, what OS are you using?
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    Can you see your desktop icons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdc2000 View Post
    Can you see your desktop icons?

    No they are hidden along with my wallpaper. I am using HP Windows 10.

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    Do you have AVG installed? If yes, possibly useful link:

    https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/for...uter-problems/

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    No not AVG on my computer. Whatever it was it was gone a couple hours later. I hit some wrong key with my little finger I do know that whilst trying to typ

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    When you shutdown for things like that, I have found shutting down, waiting about a minute, then boot up allows the mess up in ram or where ever to disappear, before I boot back up.
    Worked many a time over the years.
    SMILE
    and post back. Let us know if it worked.
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    Angry Hum, still some problem

    I have something going on however because my computer is now slow as a slug, help!!!!

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    Have you run a scan with Malwarebytes?

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    Thanks for that reminder, think we are good now. I was so frustrated did not think about running my Malwarebytes.

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