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Icons disappearing, folder views changing


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Wayne86

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Recently, when I am in a folder I will be clicking items and then all of a sudden the blue pane that is usually in the folder (the ones that has quick tasks in it and information on the file) has just disappeared and I cannot get it back. When I go to thumbnail view, sometimes I can see the folder name under the picture, but most of the time I cannot. If I go to empty recycle bin, there is no picture in there, just text. Programs that usually have a logo, such as Java, no longer has the java logo on it, it just has the blue box of an .exe. program. When I click on the arrow to expand the show hidden icons, it shows them then quickly shuts again before I can click on the icon. I am also getting a lot of script errors in Internet Explorer too. If anyone can help me please do! If you need any other information, let me know!

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Edited by Wayne86, 20 February 2006 - 02:33 PM.

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gerryf

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awful lot going on here...if you coudl start by following the instructions at the top of the malware forum, then return here after getting a clean bill of health
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its ok, my computer is working fine now, I managed to fix it :tazz:
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