Sometime back while I was out of the office, my system crashed with a blue screen message about a hard drive failure. Fortunately, I was able to restart and save any essential files that weren’t already backed up. When I got back to the office I ran SpinRite on the hard drive, it didn’t find any problems, and I have yet to have another crash.
But recently I launched a program which I had running during the crash. The program appeared in the task bar but nothing happened. When I clicked on the task bar icon it expanded to show a program instance, but nothing happened. When I right clicked on the task bar icon, it expanded to show the program, /”Pin the program to the taskbar/” and /”Close Window./” I clicked on the program and got an error saying the program could not access a needed file and the program was terminating. I tried several times to get the program to run and each time I couldn’t see the program and eventually getting the same error. I tried several fixes such as renaming the offending file, deleting the file, etc., but nothing worked. Finally I restored to a virtual machine where I was able to run the application and finish my work.
When the program is on a non-existent screen which can happen when a screen is removed or if you drag a program window off the screen (which SHOULD not be possible)
The fix is to use the old keyboard commands to relocate the program to a part of the screen you can see.
This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems. Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).
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