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Background image cannot be changed

After using desktop authority 6.0.201 to remote into a users system, the background image changed to default (blue)background. after logging off, user cannot change image back to custom image. This has happened on 2 systems, but has not happened on others

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  • robert_l_qui Jan 23, 2009

    it did not correct the problem. thanks though

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I had a similar problem...
go to Start > Run
type "regedit" hit enter
go to:
HKEY-CURRENT-USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies \ System
see if there is a key that has a name, something like: NoBackground, or something like that... if so it should have a number 1, change it to 0, and that should be it...

tell me how it went :)

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

  • Vanja Djuric
    Vanja Djuric Jan 26, 2009

    ok, than try Tune Up utilities 2008...



    it should take care of your problem...

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