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Desktop icons colored! (kinda shading)


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loui1410

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Hey,

When I put a desktop background, the desktop icons' shades automatically take the desktop original custom color. If I choose any background, from the backgrounds list of Windows, or any other picture, each icon on the desktop takes the color selected under "Desktop Proporties=>Desktop".

Here, I've uploaded a picture to demonstrate the point.

Anyone can help me to return the icons to the original state?

Thanks...

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I see that you have Kazaa installed on your system. This app is one of the worst known for installing adware and other malware. Its no wonder you are having problems.

Expect a lot more.
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loui1410

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lol I knew people will look at my applications. No kazza has nothing to do with this. I rarely open it actually. But yea it might be an adware which causing this problem cuz it has happened since an adware attacked the computer about months ago. but I did some scans using spybot, ad-aware, spyware doctor and more softwares. Pop-ups stopped showing off and all these crap.

Does anyone has a solution to my problem?
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