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Profile Image Win XP bug


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.Lith

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Hi

I've been reading your forums because of problems with the Spy Sheriff Adware - thx Geryff!
I write because of another problem, maybe not dangerous, but irritating.
To cut long story short - I can't change my profile image.
My Win XP is a Polish language version, so there might be some differences in alerts, I'll try to translate.

When I choose an image to be displayed as a profile image on startup (i.e. this "karatekid" or shadowcat), and click Change Image, the alert says something like "the automatization server could not create the object".

What is the reason for this problem and how to fix it? Please write if U have any ideas

Regards
Lith
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gerryf

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I'm going to take a big leap here and suggest you download and install this:

http://www.microsoft...&displaylang=en
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.Lith

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Well, I've installed the patch for my language version, but it didn't change anything. It was not always like this, I mean that when XP was freshly installed everything was fine. But after a while changing profile image AND changing user (without logging out) seem to be turning off by themselves..
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