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Shut Down/Start Up screens

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by thepit, Apr 20, 2004.

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  1. thepit

    thepit Thread Starter

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    My brother downloaded a theme from the net, and it has changed the welcome and start up screens. Is there anyway of getting them back, without doing a system restore? I heard the files are in the System folder, is that true? What are the names of the files?

    Thanks
     
  2. dogbonz

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    Hey Pit,

    More info please.

    What are you running ? Is there a name for this "theme" ?

    etc.

    -Bonzie
     
  3. thepit

    thepit Thread Starter

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    Hey dogbonz, it's on windows 98. The theme is digimon, but someone removed it, and i'm kinda stuck with two stupid startup and shut down screens.
     
  4. dogbonz

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    Hi pit,

    Sounds like partially removed spyware.

    Look around for the "digimon" website. They migh have a clean up
    for it. Maybe.

    Also, get and USE Spybot and Lavasoftusa Ad-Aware. They my
    find it. Something like that makes changes in the registry. Use
    the find command in regedit, and search for "digimon" (without the
    quotes.)

    -Bonzie
     
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