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ICON GRAPHICS NOT LOADING ON STARTUP


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Seven The Rapper

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Ok, I have a VERY annoying problem on my hands that I'm hoping someone here can help me out with..

I have included a picture of my desktop so that you all can understand what I'm trying to explain.

My problem is, after login when the icons on the desktop load.. the icon loads, but its actual graphic to represent it does not load.. so I'm left with what looks like a bunch of labeled "blank" icons on the desktop.. I am left clueless as to why this is happening.. I have tried to restart my computer.. ran a registry scan with CCleaner to see if it was a problem in the registry and nothing has seemed to work..

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Any help?
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Restart computer in Safe Mode, and then back in Normal Mode. That will rebuild icons cache.
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Turns out it was a problem with "TuneUp Utilities 2009" software I had installed.. I also went ahead and followed your instructions.. the icons are back to normal!
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Super :)
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