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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by trulyscrumptious, Jul 17, 2012.

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  1. trulyscrumptious

    trulyscrumptious Thread Starter

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    Hi. I've just had to do a factory restore on my laptop to clean it up and now I've reloaded everything I can't seem to change the desktop background. Well, I can set a different picture, but I can't change the settings for stretch, centre etc. I can access them and try but when I click on save nothing happens. Any ideas would be most appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. hssonline

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    Are you using a HP laptop?

    If so, please see the solution:-

    Step-by-step method:

    1. Go to http://www.hp.com/#Support

    2. Choose the Download drivers and software button under Step 1

    3. Under Step 2, enter your product name (e.g. pavilion 2022 ... be very careful as I am sure the precise model is important.)

    4. Click on the link matching your PC model

    5. Choose Windows 7 operating system (assume you will be 32-bit)

    6. Scroll down the list Select software and drivers and choose Wallpaper picture position enabler

    >> If you can't find your product name in 3. above then you can run the sp45575.exe fix:

    ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp45501-46000/sp45575.exe
     
  3. trulyscrumptious

    trulyscrumptious Thread Starter

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    That's great. Thank you so much. I can finally unstretch my pics! Thanks again
     
  4. hssonline

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    can you mark this thread as solved... thanks for replying back
     
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