I was doing a little registry tweaking using TweakUI from MS Powertools. that strange thing is that I didn't touch anything dealing with the files/folders in the machine. anyway thanks to a unstable tweak that I was following from well known tweaking site, I ended up restoring my computer to a previous date and time.
Now the strange part, when I open my menu bar, a few of my programs that were there have the generic icon.
This happened to my Macromedia products too. If I click on the program in the startbar and choose properties, the change Icon button is grayed out so I can't use that to change them. Is there anything I can do to repair these icons without having buy software that will allow me to and without having to reinstall the programs?
Edited by Dragon, 20 January 2007 - 09:18 PM.