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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by brum1, Aug 1, 2006.

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  1. brum1

    brum1 Thread Starter

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    HI.
    I run win98se.
    When my comp has loaded,in the middle of all my icons is the
    great big SIS Multimedia manufactors logo,on desktop wallpaper.
    Any easy way to remove this??
    Many Thanks
    thebrum1
     
  2. norton850

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    Right click desktop Then properties and desktop. Change the background to something else.
     
  3. rugrat

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    Just another thing to look at. On some systems there is a setting in the BIOS for the logo. I know some MIS boards had this "Feature" and it could be dis-abled in the BIOS.

    SeeYa
     
  4. brum1

    brum1 Thread Starter

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    Thanks,It worked.
     
  5. brindle

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    If you don't mind me asking, what worked?
     
  6. brum1

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    R/click then prop.
     
  7. brindle

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    So you changed the wallpaper! It's always good for the OP to let others know exactly what they did to resolve the problem.

    Remember that others who are reading your thread may be doing so because they are having the same issues with their computer. To say how your problem was resolved helps others.
     
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