Windows Vista has completely disappeared from my laptop. Now I have no start button, or all the icons? Oh I get it back?

I got a box to say that he had a problem, so I clicked on OKet now vista disappeared from my laptop. I can still access my e-mails and the internet, but have no start button, or the bits of information like the battery, login etc. information time.

Any help on how to get all them would be greatly appreciated.

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