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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by rsimoneau, Feb 10, 2015.

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    Ralph (UncleMarine)
    I have an HP Pavilion about I year old. OP is Windows 7 home Premium. I clicked on the "Control Panel" then on "Change backgrounds" I wanted to put on a slide show with some of my photos. Listed in the "Picture Location box" were these:
    Windows Desktop Backgrounds.
    Picture Library.
    Top Rated Photos.
    Solid Colors.
    Door County' 2013 #6525-6611.
    New Folder (2).
    Pendelton Reunion.
    San Diego Reunion.
    I clicked on "Picture Library" which is a collection of my Marine Corps reunions photos for the last 20 years. I selected about of 15, everything was looking great. When I went back to the desktop window all the photos were changing just like I wanted, but suddenly the screen went black, from the top left side this text started to move down from left to right, "There are no pictures in C:/users/Ralph/pictures/door county' 2013 #6526-6611" this just keeps going down when it hits bottom it the starts up. It does not stop till I move the mouse?? I checked several times there are no check marks on any photos in the "Door County Box" in the "Picture Location Box". There are photos in the C:/ location. Is there a fix for this??
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