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The picture or image you have chosen does not fit the screen. Go to your system preferences, Desktop &Screen Saver, click on the desktop tab and change the image to "fit the screen" or a variety of other options.
There are two ways of doing this I prefer the second way. First way: Left click on the icon that you no longer want on your desktop and press the delete key on your keyboard. Then click ok, when the confirmation message appears. Now you will have to double click on the Recycle bin and then click file, followed by Empty Recycle Bin.
The Second way: Left click once on the icon that you no longer want and press both the Delete key on your keyboard and the Shift key together. So that's Shift Delete key together. Then click ok when the confirmation message appears. This is the shortcut way.
Put the disk in for your O.S. Assuming it's Windows, follow this. Enter BIOS using whatever the pc maker set it to, usually (delete) or (f2), if not f12 works on most to set the boot priority. Set it to "boot for cd" first, exit BIOS & save or follow the prompts if you used the f12 method. Reboot & follow the instructions. If there's any partitions, delete them. You want a "raw" or "unallocated" space. From there, just follow the instructions on the screen.
Your provider can remove the voicemail icon on you screen but you have to contact them of course. Sometimes what happens is the voicemail is exited improperly and this then will keep the icon on the screen. What you'll need to do it get back into your voicemail and follow the prompts to exit the system (I believe it is the star button to exit voicemail). What I would do is leave yourself a message, call into your voicemail, delete the message and exit the system. If icon is still on the screen then you have no choice but to contact provider. Good luck and hope this helped.
Hp recovery console usually sucks, download an iso of the operating system from a torrent website like www.isohunt.com and do a fresh install. download the disc image burn the image to a cd, boot from the cd and fresh install, You will notice a world of speed improvment if you dont feel comfortable downloading the imange call hp and tell them you want a OEM disc of the os for your pc
If it is application error then follow these steps: Warning: You should not install a version of BlackBerry Device Software that is earlier than the version installed on the BlackBerry smartphone. Doing so could cause the BlackBerry smartphone to malfunction. Before proceeding, make sure that the latest version of BlackBerry Device Software is installed on the computer by completing the following steps: Open BlackBerry Desktop Manager. Click Help. Select About Desktop Manager. Click the Device Software tab. Verify that the BlackBerry Device Software displayed is the latest version currently available from the wireless service provider. Warning: The following procedure will delete either all data, or all data and applications on the BlackBerry smartphone. Back up the BlackBerry smartphone data before proceeding. To perform a clean installation of the BlackBerry Device Software using BlackBerry Desktop Manager 4.1 to 4.3, complete the following steps: Connect the BlackBerry smartphone to the computer and open BlackBerry Desktop Manager. Double-click Application Loader. Click Next to start the installation process. Type your BlackBerry smartphone password, if prompted, and click OK. Select the check boxes next to the names of the applications you want to load, and then click Next. Click Advanced, and then select the check boxes beside Erase all application data and Erase all currently installed applications . Click Next. Select the check box next to Do not automatically backup the application data during the loading process (if prompted). Clear the check box next to Backup and restore applications installed wirelessly (if prompted). Click Next > Finish. When the process has completed, the message The loading operation was successful will appear. Click Close to return to BlackBerry Desktop Manager Note: BlackBerry Desktop Manager 4.3 will display the Delete all application data and Delete all currently installed applications check boxes in step 6 of the above procedure. To perform a clean installation of the BlackBerry Device Software using BlackBerry Desktop Manager 4.5 and 4.6, perform the following steps: Connect the BlackBerry smartphone to the computer and open BlackBerry Desktop Manager. Double-click Application Loader. Click Add/Remove Applications. Type your BlackBerry smartphone password and click OK. Select the check boxes next to the names of the applications you want to load. Click Settings, and then select the check boxes beside Delete all application data and Erase all currently installed applications. Click OK. Click Next > Finish. When the process has completed, the message The loading operation was successful will appear. Click Main Menu to return to BlackBerry Desktop Manager. Note: The Delete all application data and Delete all currently installed applications options are not available when using the Application Loader in BlackBerry Desktop Manager 4.5. A workaround for this issue is to use the Application Loader standalone file by performing the following steps: Open My Computer (or Computer in Windows® Vista?). Navigate to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader. Run the Loader.exe file and follow steps 3 through 9 above to complete a clean installation of the BlackBerry Device Software.
Boot you computer into Safe Mode. Reboot and hit F2, F8 or F12 (Depends on the computer) but it will say on the screen. Boot to Same Mode and run the virus checker from there. That should find and delete the virus. To restore the desktop you need to right click on the desk top and choose properties, and restore it manually. The automatic settings never work for me either.