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I want to remove the junction but keep the original folder location but yet still have OneDrive sync the ... is that a new problem?, one that surfaced since we forced the creation of a new desktop.htt file? Hope this helps! Thanks to all of you who helped me! http://jactionscripters.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-remote-desktop-error-mstscax-dll.php

The virus was a file that when clicked took over the screen and had girls falling from the top of the screen to the bottom. Using the site is easy and fun. Thanks, Oded 0 Nemea 9 Years Ago Hi! I could still move it with the mouse but nothing else.

May be someone can add his/her own ideas. At the bottom of that has a yes and no button and neither button fixes this problem. By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member? The search highlighted them in blue and when I tried to delete them, the system froze!

I've tried browsing to C:\Documents and Settings\%my-user-name%\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer and changing, deleting or replacing the Desktop.htt file, but it's not achieving anything. and I'll keep trying registry settings. did you really mean desktop.exe? Thank you very much for your efforts in this regard, Oded 0 daveee 9 Years Ago Sorry I missed seeing this other problem.

Unfortunatley, you've told told us the specifics of your particular computer such as operating system, etc. This worked like a charm. Only thing I can think of is display driver resets and whatnot, or a virus, or melted/corrupted hardware. ish60 2009-09-05 05:12:02 UTC #12 thanx a lot middo....problem solved :agree: phoenixrizes 2010-02-24 22:46:40 UTC #13 "I ran regedit \ HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Desktop\SafeMode\Componentschanged the key value - DeskHtmlVersion REG_DWORD 0x00000110(0) This fix

It will be in Docs and Settings\User\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Please help as my PC only stays up for a few minutes before I have to start it all over again.EMT Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Active Statements: **S1.

So I continued Googling and found a much simpler solution. I do not have admin rights on the pc and thus can not open regedit. No problems since! I went to the same file on the system having desktop recovery issue and replaced the content of Desktop.htt file with the mailed contents.

Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Change The User Rights... Tuesday, June 28, 2011 7:26 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote THANKS A MILLION THIS PROCEDURE TO FIX THE ERROR SCRIPT WORKS GREAT NOW MY DESKTOP LOOK GREAT SO I Guess my question is. Another possibility: HKEY_CURRENT_USER = &H80000001 strComputer = "." Set objReg = GetObject("winmgmts:\\" & strComputer & "\root\default:StdRegProv") strKeyPath = "Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Desktop\SafeMode\Components" strValue = "0" ValueName = "DeskHtmlVersion" objReg.SetDWORDValue HKEY_CURRENT_USER, strKeyPath, ValueName, strValue

And To Determine More Of Gpedit.msc Registry Edits.. i have not faced any issue ever since. you really don't want those special files exposed all the time!! If so, by any chance do you know at which stage?

Assembly works 1 on 1 with ... I signed up some time ago to the Cnet forum, then forgot my password when I used the forum month later,so I chose another one but found that after posting they Magnetar 2010-07-13 09:55:23 UTC #17 Hi, Just a kwik msg to say thanks to danwednesday for your post, which I also found, whilst 'googling' for a solution, to above issue.

In both cases, when right-clicking on any of the icons on the desktop, or right clicking on the Start button, the computer freezes.

  1. Any specific error messages?
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  4. by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / February 25, 2007 6:27 AM PST In reply to: Active Desktop Recovery Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Restoring active desktop by

Explorer would rebuild a compatible desktop.htt file. But I did follow the lead to the gpedit and did find the section for active desktop policies. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Perhaps this is another example where this criticism is justified.

Line: 65 Char: 1 Error: Object doesn't support this action Code: 0 URL: file://C:/Documents%20and%20Settings//Application %20Data/Microsoft/Internet%20Explorer/Desktop.htt Any ideas? Identify a short story about post-apocalyptic household robots Is it required that I upgrade to Sierra Is there any way to bring an egg to its natural state (not boiled) after Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - No Mention Of This... I can only release it by either going to Windows Task Manager and stopping/starting Explorer.exe or rebooting.

Thanks, Gerbil. Apply and ok. There is a very simple 'cure' for this line 65 non supporting action problem as there is with many of these things. I don't understand everything.

Since this file is automatically generated by windows, the best fix is to delete the old one[s] and let windows create a new one. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - How About The Other 'Half the Time'... Dan Back to top #4 usasma usasma Still visually handicapped (avatar is memory developed by my Dad BSOD Kernel Dump Expert 22,796 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Southeastern CT, USA Local time:06:03

Then do a search in your sys drive [usually c: ] for desktop.htt. Agreed - I got this with my VirtualBox IE7 install and also started down this path, but just changing the desktop size worked perfectly without doing any regediting... In the future, around year 2500, will only one language exist on earth? To do this open an explorer window and go to tools > folder options > view, and uncheck hide protected opsys files.

Edited by Rayvn, 30 August 2008 - 12:30 PM. The process the instructions give are not precise for my computer.. THANKS! This has worked for all our XP clients I know this post is a bit late.

My system did have serious error Microsoft said it was caused by Spyware Doctor which I did have installed but thought not running as I use Trend Micro PC. It's up to you whether you want to clean up your machine so I'll let you decide such.As to exactly which item is needed to fix the wallpaper issue, you'll need or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. The opened window is shown in the attachment (see "Attach Files", below).

I have found two ways to fix the problem so far - Uninstall IE7 Login as an administrator and delete the users profile, when the user logs back in a new