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XP PRO - Only Classic Menu appearance !


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Fede

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Hi guys,
after running CleanUp40 XP looked like '95 !

In Desktop/Display Properties/Appearance/Windows & buttons the drop menu shows "Windows classic style" only, where has XP STYLE gone ???

Thanks in advance
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Jarenien

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Did you buy chance mess with the Services that are running? Even if you haven't, check and make sure 'Themes' is set to 'Automatic,' and restart your computer.
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Download the following file (from Kelly's Korner):
Resources.zip.
Make sure you when extract it, the destination is c:\Windows.
(where c: is the partition where XP is installed).
Go to Display Properties and XP stlye will be back.
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RockyIV

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You can always try System Restore!
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Guys THANKS !

After trying all the suggestions, I solve the problem reinstalling resources.zip !


Again great job to evrebody ! :tazz:


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I had the same problem after running CleanUp, and Resources.zip managed to fix it.

However, I would like to know why the issue occurred in the first place.

I am reluctant to use a tool to solve a malware problem on another's PC if it is going to produce unexpected results like this.

Does anyone know why this happens?
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I had this problem and ended up just formatting. :tazz:
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Had the same problem and resources.zip fixed it. thanks.
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