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mantacore532

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My start menu icons; mainly search and run icons are totally messed up. This also applys for the Internet Explorer and Outlook Express, when I ask for the Start Menu to display my Internet/Mail icons. I think this started when I uninstalled StyleXP (i had the i-candy icon set). I also removed the folder from Program Files and some stuff from Windows/Resources/Icons. Now my icons look like this; problem1.JPG Any help would be great.
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Do the icons still lead you to their respective places? Or do they not work anymore?
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download tweakui from here
http://www.microsoft...ppowertoys.mspx

install, load, go to REPAIR section and pick repair icons.
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I did TweakUI, and it didn't work, and yes the icons still lead me to the program.
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sounds to me like you deleted the image for the icon. other then the path from where you were removing things, do you know what exactly you deleted?
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Well I deleted the entire StyleXP folder from Program Files. Then I deleted everything in The WINDOWS/Recourses/Icons folder.
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