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Infected JPEGS?


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Primo_Skillz

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Some of desktop icons on my destop will not appear. However, it is very weird. A zipped folder will appear, but an extracted folder will not show. The arrows on the bottom of all the programs do not show either. I really don't know how to go about fixing this. If anyone could help, it would be greatly appreciated.

Edited by Primo_Skillz, 12 March 2006 - 08:24 PM.

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hey primo do you mean that icons that where once on your desktop are no longer there, or do you mean you want to add some new icons to your desktop?
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No, what I mean is that the icons work, but their true colors do not appear. Most of the icons that are on the desktop are black. When I boot into safe mode, the icons all appear like they would if you were to buy a new computer. I thought it may have been the monitor so I purchased a new one, but it doesn't change anything. I think it is a residual effect from a virus that I once had. Has anyone heard about this before? Any sys mods available here?
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