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Doobs

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My download folder is yellow, how can i get the default icon back?
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Hello Doobs,

Right click on folder, click Propertis then Customise. Click Restore default.

Regards,
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Tried that, does not work.
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Always back up files before doing anything.

Why donít you just rename the Downloads folder to downloads 2
just right click on folder and pick rename, then type in new name
(downloads 2)
then make a new folder where ever the old one was right
click pick new and name it Downloads
now if there any thing in the old folder you want, open it and drag and drop
into your new folder. If this works and you new fold is not yellow then you
can delete the old one name downloads 2 after your sure itís empty.
If you drag and drop and your new folder turns yellow again then go to

http://www.geekstogo...o-Here-f37.html

If you want a shortcut on your desktop right click on folder and pick create shortcut
then drag and drop to desktop
I hope this helps

Dwight
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