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Robert the Bruce

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As you can see from the screenshot there is a fragment of the Comodo Icon/Logo in the middle of my screen/monitor. I moved it from the bottom right-hand corner just above the taskbar to the middle so it could be seen easier.
Thing is, I can't get rid of it. If I turn Comodo off then on again it's gone but when I reboot my PC it's back again.
How do I get rid of this ? Please help.
 

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NO NO NO NO. Not THAT one. The small piece of the icon in the CENTRE of the screen. Not the larger one in the top-right hand corner. If I follow YOUR instructions the top-right hand corner one disappears and I don't want that at all. Clearly you didn't read my original post properly.
 

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Better read properly Tony. ;)
 

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OK so I misunderstood. It happens. I was perfect once but those days are long gone.

It would have been better to leave it where it was. I thought that was part of your desktop picture being right smack dab in the middle of that wormhole. :D

Anyway, can you right-click on it and get any properties to see exactly what part of Comodo it's from?

Also, take a look in your Desktop folder and see what file names are listed there. That might give a clue.
 

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I was just reading up on the icons and saw the one for messages too and though it could be at fault.

Anyway, glad you solved it.
 
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