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julian94

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Well i mounted something with Daemon tools and then got rid of it because it made every shortcut use Daemon tools as the default programme and now that i deleted it every shortcut is just a blank page and when i click on it it pops up a box with a list of reccomended programme files, PLEASE HELP
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Hi julian94
Welcome to G2G.
The easy thing to do is to delete the short cuts from the desktop and recreate them by right clicking on the program and from the drop down list choose send to and choose desktop. This will recreate the shortcut on the desktop.
Or you can do a system restore to a time before you installed the Daemon tools.

Click on the start button > all programs>accessories>system tools>system restore.
Follow the prompts and chhose a date before you installed Dameon tools
Cheers
Peterm
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Thanks, but another problem, whenever i try to remove from my list they wont budge, and i try to make another shortcut and it does the same thing, and also the system restore is in the same state, shall clear the memory, if so how?

Edited by julian94, 02 October 2010 - 08:09 PM.

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Silly me i accesed (or however you spell it) it through the help menu, oh and thank you guys soooo much you are the greatest
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I take it all is ok ?
Glad to help
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