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How to make a wallpaper as background inside USB drive

1. Open my computer -> tools -> folder options -> view -> there unmark the option "hide extensions for known file types".

[ExtshellFolderViews]
{BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}={BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}
[{BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}]
IconArea_Image=test.jpg


2. Copy the above code in a notepad and save it as "desktop.ini".without {" "}.

3. Select the picture you want to keep as background and rename it "test.jpg". without {" "}.

4. Copy this both files into pen drive, at last refresh it, that's all done.

if you can under stand that file extension's and all it will be easy for you"

{keep this two file's hidden if u want to keep it as a secret}

Good Luck!!

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to unhide file extensions to see what you have in XP open my computer (or windows explorer) Tools/Folder Options/View change 'Do not show hidden files and folders' to 'Show hidden files and folders' uncheck 'Hide extensions for known file types' if you wish you can uncheck 'Hide protected operating system files'

to unhide file extensions in win7, vista go to my computer (or windows explorer) Organize/folder and search options/view change 'Do not show hidden files and folders' to 'Show hidden files and folders' uncheck 'Hide extensions for known file types' if you wish you can uncheck 'Hide protected operating system files'

In win8 I'm not sure how to get to it unless you change to show classic view somehow

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My boss recorded her daughter playing the piano - what kind of file is it and can it be shortened?


You have to check the exstension, to do this follow these steps:
  1. In Windows 2000 or Windows XP open My Computer
  2. Click Tools
  3. Click Folder Options
  4. Click View tab
  5. Uncheck the box that says Hide file extensions for known file types.
Or
  1. In Windows XP click on Start
  2. Click Control Panel
  3. Click Folder Options
  4. Click View
  5. Uncheck Hide extensions for known file type.
If you want to shot/cut your file, you can use freeware tools - Audio File Cutter

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how to resolve the hiden windows


to unhide file extensions to see what you have in XP open my computer (or windows explorer) Tools/Folder Options/View ...change 'Do not show hidden files and folders' to 'Show hidden files and folders' uncheck 'Hide extensions for known file types' if you wish you can uncheck 'Hide protected operating system files'

to unhide file extensions to see what you have in Vista open my computer (or windows explorer) Organize/Folder And Search Options/View ...change 'Do not show hidden files and folders' to 'Show hidden files and folders' uncheck 'Hide extensions for known file types' if you wish you can uncheck 'Hide protected operating system files'

if this is what you mean

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If you want to change the extension of an existing file type, then open any window, goto->tools-> folder options->view-> uncheck the option that says "hide extensions for known file types". Once you do that you'll get the filename with extension.You can necessarily change it accordingly.

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My Windows Explorer does not show extentions


By default, file extensions for known file types are hidden in Windows XP. However, you can change this setting so that file extensions are shown for files in a certain folder or for all files on your hard disk.
To show file extensions, first open any folder on your hard drive, such as "My Computer" or "My Documents." Then select "Folder Options..." from the Tools menu as shown below.
545a526.gif When the Folder Options window opens, click the View tab. This will show the file and folder view settings.
95b32b0.gif One of the options under Advanced settings is "Hide extensions for known file types." If this option is checked, uncheck the checkbox and click Apply or OK. This setting is system wide, so unchecking this box will make file extensions appear in all folders.
If you decide to hide file extensions at a later time, you can check the box again and click OK to revert back to the previous settings.

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