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If you are not able to launch the Nero Classic program from the shortcut icon that appears on desktop, then the shortcut icon may be corrupted. Now to help you further, please follow the steps given below,
- Click on 'Windows Start' button and then click on 'All Programs'.
- Now search for the program 'Nero Classic' in the list and right click on it and select the option 'Send to Desktop (create shortcut)'.
- Now try to launch the program from the new desktop shortcut.
- Also you need to delete the previous corrupted shortcut icon.
If you are using Windows 8 and are looking for your desktop, first press the windows key then in your start screen click the desktop window. if the window isnt there for some reason put your cursor in the upper right corner to bring out the charms menu, then click search and search for desktop. Click the first purple-ish icon labeled desktop and you should be directed straight to your desktop.
Pretty easy, but might require you do things you haven't done before...
Visit Google.com or whichever Google you'd like as a desktop shortcut
In the Address Bar/Search Bar at the top of the window, drag the Google icon to your desktop. This will create a Google-named generic icon on the desktop
Do a Google image search for a .PNG file of whatever Google logo you'd like. I've provided a link for the Google Drive logo below.
Once you've found one you like, click on it and it'll bring up a preview window. You'll be able to tell if it's a transparent icon (very critical) because you'll see a checkerboard pattern behind the logo.
Click on the View Image button. It'll bring up the logo in it's own window.
Click anywhere in the window and type COMMAND+A to select the image.
Type COMMAND+C to copy the image
Click on the generic document icon named Google on your desktop and type COMMAND+I. This brings up the Get Info window for the file.
Click on the small file icon at the top left of the window. It'll be surrounded by a light blue "halo" showing that it's selected
Type COMMAND+V to paste the image file. You'll see that the generic icons in the window are now changed to the Google logo.
If you choose the wrong file type and paste it in, don't worry... just undo your last action (COMMAND+Z) and all will be well!
well, if you are able to see your taskbar but not the desktop icons than right click on desktop screen and click on view and select show desktop icons.
and if you don't see anything on your screen than press (ctrl + shift + escape) together, it will open up a task manager, then click on file at the top and click new task, type explorer.exe and click okey.. this will help you in getting your icons back on your desktop screen.
If your running xp you probably have a folder with unused icons if not you can always make new short cuts. Just go to programs and the program you want to add short cut to you right click on then go to send to and click add desktop short cut.
To add the hard disk icon back onto your desktop, first click the "Finder" button in the dock. It is the dark and light smily face icon at the end of the dock.
Next, click the "Finder" menu item at the top of the screen and then "Preferences". In the "Finder Preferences" window that opens, click the "General" button. From there you can select what system items appear on your desktop. You can click "Hard disks" to re-add the hard disk icon.