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Solved: Picture Problem on XP

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Andrewt3, Sep 23, 2010.

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  1. Andrewt3

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    I have suddenly for some unknown reason got a icon showing in the bottom lefthand corner of ALL my pictures, see attatchment... I have not done anything or added any anything to cause this. It appeared from nowhere. :eek:
     

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  2. Tufenuf

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    Andrewt3, You're probably using Norton 360. The link below explains those icon overlays and how to turn them off if you want to.

    A check in a green box means the file’s backup is current, while a chevron (») character in a blue box indicates a file that’s been changed since its last backup. Files excluded from the backup set display a slash in a gray box.

    If you don’t need the backup indicators feature you can turn it off by clicking Settings in the Norton 360 main window, disabling the Backup Status Indicators check box and clicking Close.


    http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/g...rlay-displayed-for-files-in-windows-explorer/

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  3. Andrewt3

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    Thanks Tufenuf,
    Problem solved... your a star... (y)
     
  4. Tufenuf

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    Andrewt3 , Glad to help & Thanks for posting back.

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