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Open the problematic folder, Press and hold SHIFT key, right-click in empty area and select "View -> Thumbnails". It'll toggle the file/folder names.
Actually its a feature to show/hide file names while in Thumbnails mode.
For Windows Vista and 7:
Open the problematic folder, right-click in empty area and de-select "View -> Hide File names". If the option is not available, then press and hold SHIFT key, right-click in empty area and select "View -> Medium Icons".
To re-create the Show Desktop icon on the Quick Launch toolbar, follow these steps....
1. Use any text editor (such as Notepad) to create a file with the following lines: [Shell] Command=2 IconFile=explorer.exe,3 [Taskbar] Command=ToggleDesktop 2. Save the new file as a file named Show Desktop.scf in the WindowsSystem or WinntSystem32 folder. Note that Notepad may automatically append a .txt extension to the file name. Remove this extension if Notepad adds it. These steps do not work if the file is named Show Desktop.scf.txt. 3. Quit Notepad. 4. Using Windows Explorer or My Computer, right-click the Show Desktop .scf file, and then click Create Shortcut. 5. Copy the new shortcut to the appropriate folder. In Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows 98, copy the shortcut to this folder: WindowsApplication DataMicrosoftInternet ExplorerQuick Launch In Microsoft Windows NT or Microsoft Windows 2000, copy the shortcut to this folder: WinNTSystem32 In Microsoft Windows XP, copy the shortcut to the following folder: WINDOWSSystem32ConfigSystemprofileApplication DataMicrosoftInternet ExplorerQuick Launch 6. Rename the shortcut to Desktop. The Show Desktop icon automatically appears on the Quick Launch toolbar. --------------------------- Reference: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/190355/EN-US/
Go to control panel then go to folder option then click on view tab. On the list you'll find a option named "Hide extensions for known file type". Enable this option and click OK. Now you can rename your files easily.
The file might be located on the Dell system disk. You can also look in c:\windows\system, c:\windows\inf, c:\windows\system32, or in the I386 directory which may be directly under c:\windows I checked some sources and saw this problem listed only twice--once for Win98. The name of the file you are looking for is probably SRGB..ICM. I found it on my Win XP system here: C:\windows\Driver Cache\I386\driver.cab
Win XP SP2: System not suitable for running MS-DOS. ... This file is part of the Windows 16-bit subsystem and usually lives in the system32 folder. ... P.S. If this doesn't work check out the Microsoft web page for additional fixes. ... Computer Tips Daily - Run your Windows PC like a pro! No matter what your skill ... www.worldstart.com/tips/tips.php/1453
To display file name extensionsDepending on your settings, the file name extensions of your files may not be visible. To display the file name extensions of your files if they are not visible, follow these steps:
Open My Computer or Windows Explorer.
On the Tools menu, click Folder Options.
Click the View tab.
In the Advanced settings box, click to clear the Hide extensions for known file types check box.
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