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desktop - unable to change (resolved)


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Robert22

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Hi, Could you help me please with my problem?
I have got big problem. It is similar like had alex464 alexs464 problem
But I successfuly deleted that files , but it rewrited my desktop like shows alex464s first picture. I found in registry that it created new folder C:/desktop and its new position of desktop. so I rewrited registry entris back, so I got my icons now, but still not able change desktop properties.
Does anyone coul help, please?

Dont you know how to repare this.
Thanx very much Robert
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g2i2r4

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Welcome Robert22 to Geeks to Go!

Download the following file and unzip it to your desktop. Then doubleclick it and grant permission to merge the registry entries.

restoretool

Please let me khow if it worked. Post back in this topic using the button 'add reply'.

Edited by g2i2r4, 14 April 2005 - 03:25 PM.

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Robert22

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:tazz: OK Thanx a lot. My desktop is fully in my control now.

Thak you and good luck ;)

Robert
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Thanks for the feedback!
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