I'm working on a crappy Dell all in one that I think it's an i3 with 4GB RAM, a gift to my client last year from a family member... Yes that's right, last year LMAO. Anyways it kept popping up with the annoying missing files error messages on Windows boot, have to click like twenty times before they finally go away. One was WerFault.exe and the other was explorer.exe. Because the computer is painfully slow, decided to just do a recovery while maintaining the current files. Now that's done, it loads Windows with a black (No desktop wallpaper) screen with just the recycling bin... The Start icon doesn't even respond to clicks, the Windows key doesn't respond, but ALT-F4 works to shut down the PC. Meaning I can't really do anything here. The right click works but when I try to get to personalize or another setting from the desktop, I get another error message: "This file does not have an app associated with it for performing this action. Please install an app or, if one is already installed, create an association in the Default Apps Settings page." Luckily I don't think there were many critical files on this PC, but this is still annoying nevertheless and want to fix if possible. Suggestions?