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Dmiller82066

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I deleted Icon Cache and now i have no icons. How do I rebuild it?
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Ztruker

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See here: How to Rebuild the Icon Cache in Windows 7

How to Rebuild the Icon Cache in Vista
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I have tried this and they told me to delete icon cache and after restarting it will rebuild
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try running sfc /scannow
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Are you using Vista or Windows 7?

Did the %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Iconcache.db file get recreated after you rebooted?
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Ok I will try that
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Windows 7. And there is no way for me to check that. The start button does nothing and i have no icons on my taskbar and desktop,
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Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations
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Press the Windows key + R to bring up the Run dialog. Type %userprofile%\AppData\Local and press Enter. Scroll down and see if IconCache.db is there or not.
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