Windows 98 shut down page

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nightmusic

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Does anyone who uses Windows 98 know the name of the page that appears JUST BEFORE "windows are shutting down" while shutting down your system? My son, in trying to change the background on the menu page, played a trick and placed a nude picture instead of the usual 'Windows" page I've always used. I went into settings/controlpanel/display/background and was able to change my menu back to its normalcy. However, just before the machine shuts down, that same lurid picture appears. I don't know what to call it to run a search....I don't even know where the picture is hidden or in which download. If I knew the technical name for the page, perhaps, I could delete it. I ran a search for "Background", "Shut down", "Pics", but that particular photo did not pop up. This is really embarrassing and I don't know how to fix it. I hope I was explicit in describing the page I'm trying to find. It's after the menu disappears and just before "windows are shutting down". Thanx.
 
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See <a href="http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?threadid=51980">this previous post</a> for your answer and additional information from Davey.
 

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Thanks Angel and Davey!
Shortly after I wrote my problem and submitted it, the word I was trying to find was "wallpaper". I ran a search and the naked picture appeared, which I promptly deleted. Hopefully it's gone forever. I will go to the site that Davey suggested and replace it ASAP. You guys are terrific!
 
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