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Nightwolf629

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There is an animated dancing banana on the desktop of my friend's computer. She doesn't know how,why, or when exactly it got on there. Its been there for atleast a year though. It doesn't seem to be malicious, but it is annoying. It seems to be part of the desktop image, but no matter what you change the desktop to, its still there, dancing away. Mocking me with is vicious dance of death :tazz:

if someone could help me out with this, i would really appriciate it.

I wasn't sure if I should post this here or in the malware section, but recently one of the staff there helped me remove some viruses and it didn't remove it.

Edited by Nightwolf629, 01 November 2005 - 07:04 PM.

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Right click it then properties to see what it tells you
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after further searching the options of my desktop display, I figured out how to remove it. I don't know how i missed it before. Sry for wasting anybodys time.
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Thank You for letting me know
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