Start Menu Icons


S

Shane

Greetings,

I just noticed that the Start Menu icons for Music and Favorites on my
computer are just generic folders, but on everyone else's computer, they
show customized icons. How do I restore the Music and Favorites icons that
appear at the very top of the Start menu?

I'm running Windows Vista Home Premium SP1.

Thanks,
Shane.
 
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Gene E. Bloch

Greetings,

I just noticed that the Start Menu icons for Music and Favorites on my
computer are just generic folders, but on everyone else's computer, they
show customized icons. How do I restore the Music and Favorites icons that
appear at the very top of the Start menu?

I'm running Windows Vista Home Premium SP1.

Thanks,
Shane.

Read Brink's reply to your first post.
 
S

Shane

Read Brink's reply to your first post.

I'm having a lot of problems with Windows Live Mail. I posted in this
newsgroup, but my posting never showed up, which is why I tried posting
again.

I tried performing the steps in Brink's reply, and they worked for restoring
the Music icon on the Start Menu, but the Favorites icon on the Start Menu
is still a generic yellow folder. Is there anything else I could try?

Thanks in advance.
Shane.
 
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G

Gene E. Bloch

I'm having a lot of problems with Windows Live Mail. I posted in this
newsgroup, but my posting never showed up, which is why I tried posting
again.

I tried performing the steps in Brink's reply, and they worked for restoring
the Music icon on the Start Menu, but the Favorites icon on the Start Menu
is still a generic yellow folder. Is there anything else I could try?

Thanks in advance.
Shane.

Sorry - my expertise here is limited to nagging :)

Seriously: I don't know much. Brink seems to know or collect a LOT of
useful stuff.

And seeing your Live Mail problem, sorry I nagged...Bur there are other
free newsreaders that are actual newsreaders (with different problems, of
course). I now use Dialog, I used to use MesNews, and before that Xnews,
and on and on...
 

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