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All of these answers depend on where you live and what the laws are there, what kind of riding you plan to do, etc. Lots of people here recommend you start on a 250. The idea is that smaller/lighter is easier to handle. But I think a 500-650 is better because it's not that much heavier but it has the power to cruise at highway speeds, and where I live you can't even go to the grocery store without doing 5 miles on the freeway. A 650 doesn't have uncontrollable gobs of power, and it's nice to have a little more than you absolutely need. You learn to ride a motorcycle on your own, by riding. Classes don't teach you to ride, they teach you some important safety habits to keep you safe while you learn on your own. Where I live, if you are under 18 you have to have a car drivers license and training, but this is just to discourage young people from riding motorcycles. Insurance, I'm not sure. Probably more than you are happy with. If you start with an old used bike (which you should), you might consider taking a 'calculated risk' and getting liability insurance only, because that's all the law really requires. I'd say a good, reliable used bike would be somewhere between $2000 and $3000. You want a bike that is old enough to be almost fully depreciated, but new enough that you can still get parts, I'd say 5-10 years old. Japanese bikes are the best deal for the money. Plus you need, at a minimum, a helmet, jacket and gloves. The jacket and gloves really should be motorcycle-specific. Maintenance is not a big deal. Tires, oil changes, occasionally brakes, occasionally a valve adjustment. Cleaning is done just as you might expect, with a garden hose and a toothbrush. 8^)
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Can you right click on your wallpaper? If so, you could go to properties and settings and hit the troubleshoot button. Maybe that might help. Or you could try this. Look at your keyboard. There is a button between the Alt and Ctrl buttons. It should look like a piece of paper with an arrow. If it has a picture. When you hit this button a box pops up saying : Toolbars Show The Desktop Task Manager Lock The Taskbar Properties If this works for you maybe you just need to show your desktop. If possible, maybe try to reinstall windows if the other suggestions do not work. Hope this helps, Good Luck!!