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Gazza G

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After being hit by the PSGuard virus, it changed all my backgrounds to black, including the one behind the login screen at CTRL ALT DEL and Username. How do I change the background for behind the login screen? I have Windows 2000 set up for networking, so it's based on a multiple users. Changing it in my display settings only works for when I'm logged on - personal settings. I tried changing it in safe mode, and logging on to the computer - not domain - but it didn't change the logon background. Help???
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Update: I have screenshots now. I'm stumped on this one? No idea where to change this back :tazz:

The blue screenshot is what it was, and should be, and the black one is what it is, and shouldn't be...

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How to change the Windows XP Login Background Color
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Fantastic :tazz: I downloaded the program, and it worked. Cheers!!!
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You are welcome.
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