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#1 TheBearLT

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 05:43 PM

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Hi, today I had a problem with Windows Vista..

The System was up for quite a while, Everything was running just fine, when suddenly, the strange things started to happen.. Most of my Icons practically disappeared/changed..


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Well i thought about Icon cache and decided to reboot the system for/to clean it up..

But that was just time wasting, after reboot, icons still stayed "corrupted"


So i deleted the cache manually, and decided to post here a quick tip for you on how to do it (if you experiencing the same prob.)



1. Run Command Promt (start-run-cmd), and enter the following line in there..:

cd \users\***\appdata\local

Where "***" your user accounts name (James for example)

..Leave CMD open.. and proceed to 2nd "Step"



2. Now start "Task Manager" (Ctrl+Alt+Del), switch to "processes tab" and Kill process called "explorer.exe"



3. Now when you have Windows Explorer closed,
Alt+Tab back to Command Promt, and Enter the following line in there


attrib h IconCache.db

/then/

del IconCache.db

/and finally/

start explorer



Now icons should get back to normal again :(
Thank you


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#2 Nvyseal

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Posted 30 October 2007 - 05:30 AM

I did have this problem when it was in beta, didnt know what it was, thanks for the tip :(

#3 m.oreilly

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Posted 30 October 2007 - 05:53 AM

cool T :(

#4 banj0

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Posted 30 October 2007 - 02:10 PM

good to know, thx. :(




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