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The members, admins, and authors of this website respect your privacy. Hope this helps October 16, 2008 Suneel Hey guys, If any of the above things dint work for you….then try the procedure as explained by Mike Thompson. Open the Display icon. i already lock and unlock the web items. http://realink.org/solved-unable/solved-unable-to-create-recovery-discs.html
Reply 20 11 2009 Ritesh Raghuvanshi (16:41:45) : Thanks very Much. Cheers June 25, 2007 Ted McC HOW-TO GEEK, YOU ARE AWSOME. What do I do? It work.
Very nice ! Muhammad saysNovember 17, 2011 at 9:49 am “If the above guide doesn’t work you might want to check if you are displaying a website as your background. IT WORKED! Everywhere I look online gives the same damn advice that doesn't work.
Ral thank you carolyn, that worked!!!!! Thanks again!! So now what? Damn computers just suck sometimes.
I graduated from Emory University in Atlanta, GA in 2002 with a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics. I do have a brico pack installed on my system to make XP look like vista, would that have anything to do with it? Thanks Reply 27 11 2008 HIF (19:37:40) : Thanks a lot 😉 I knew only about first way of making background of icons transparent but that time (some stupid program change Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: How do you make desktop icon background transparent?
me it works! have a peek at these guys Thanks a million!>> "Gary Tsang" wrote:>>> Goto the System Control Panel, Advanced, Performance settings, then click>> the Visual Effects tab>>>> Check off Use Drop Shadows for Icon Labels on the desktop>>>> I need your help in an anoher problem, i have windows XP Media Center. Message Insert Code Snippet Alt+I Code Inline Code Link H1 H2 Preview Submit your Reply Alt+S Related Topics Desktop icon take too long on start up - 13 replies Using the
Open the Control Panel. 2. I really appreciate your help. Reply 14 06 2010 Naveen (10:37:10) : Hey this worked. http://realink.org/solved-unable/solved-unable-to-add-isp-error-624.html November 7, 2008 James THANK YOU!!
by choolah / February 2, 2005 2:48 AM PST In reply to: Do you have TweakUI installed? Ravi Super Duper Hit> Excellent !! Tq again July 20, 2011 Mark Very bizarre.
Thanks :) July 19, 2011 Bikram Thank u so much, finally i make it thru : click right -> properties -> desktop ->customize desktop ->web ->unmark all, ok.
Thanks again. The checkboxes in Display/Desktop/customize/web are all unchecked. February 23, 2008 Christoffer I just went through this guide, and the tips in the comments but i still could not get the icons to be transparent. Reply 15 02 2008 Kiril (21:56:31) : Thank you Matt for your helpful advise!
Thank you NEWBOY !!! September 29, 2010 anurag srivastava Thanks buddy,somehow in my desktop the web page was ticked.It's good to see it normal. Thanks so much! this content May 20, 2010 shadab finally!!!!!!!!!!thank u.
More helpful that Microsoft's laughable database. Then click the black color square. Reply 5 09 2012 itproof (00:23:19) : 100% Solution: A) Right click desktop > Properties > Desktop > Cuztomize Desktop > Web > Uncheck ALL Boxes B) Control Panel > Accessibility