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Desktop Restore Issue

I am facing with following error while trying to restore myactivedesktop. which displays white desktopscreen witj restore active desktop button.

when I am clicking the restore active desktop button. It displays the following scripting error. I have triedto reinstallinternet explorer two times but the issue is remain same.

file///C:/Documents%20%and%20Settings/Administrator/Aplication% 20Data/Microsoft/Internet%20Explorer/Desktop.htt

Please help me to resolve this issue.

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It sounds like you had some web content that is no longer available as part of your active desktop. I copied the instructions for you on how to change it right out of windows help file. Good luck!

To add Web content to your desktop

  1. Right-click a blank area on the desktop, and then click Properties.
  2. On the Desktop tab, click Customize Desktop.
  3. On the Web tab, click New, and then follow the instructions on your screen.
You must be connected to the Internet to add active Web content to your desktop.
  • To browse Microsoft's Desktop Gallery Web site, in the New Desktop Item Wizard, click Visit Gallery. The New Desktop Item Wizard opens when you click New on the Web tab.
  • To select a different Web site, type the Web site address, or click Browse to locate it.

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