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Desktop theme changes at startup

- Dual boot windows/ubuntu eee
- In windows, I have changed the desktop look from 'windows xp' to 'windows classic'. Every so often at startup it goes back to 'windows xp' for no apparent reason.
- In ubuntu eee after startup, log in, etc, it takes about three minutes for certain features to work. Namely, the shutdown button and a Huawei E220 USB Modem I have managed to install, which works fine in windows as soon as the system has started.

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That's not supposed to be a problem... When you log in to your account windows loads your personal settings, as well as other programs, so it's supposed to take time. Windows probably has the theme set on default so it would show that while your settings are loading. That or you've got a virus... But... if you think your computer is unusually slow then that's a different problem. Try cleaning up your hard disk space and doing other sorts of stuff, like scanning for viruses to make it run faster.

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