Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Try to boot into safe mode. If you can, and it's not there, you may be able to go to ADD/REMOVE PROGRAMS and see if you see anything that may hint at you to remove. If you can get to safe mode without problems, then you can run an antivirus program in that mode. I would download SPYBOT SEARCH & DESTROY and put it on a USB drive and plug that in while in safe mode and run it from there (you may need the help of a friend to get the program if you can't use your system). Let it run and fix whatever it can before rebooting. This may take some time so let it run preferably overnight.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
It may be a malware infected to your PC. there are many ways to remove the malware executable files. you dont do anything on malware, related on install.
It prompt you to install... some antivirus program. but it will be the dangerous one for our system, with the suspicious of malware.
the following link may be very helpful for you..
you have an another option in windows registry, to remove that malware. it may be not easy to do than the previous solution.
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Open Desktop Background by clicking the Start button and clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type desktop background, and then click Change desktop background.
Click the picture or color that you want to use for your desktop background.
If the picture you want to use isn't in the list of desktop background pictures, click an item in the Picture location list to see other categories, or click Browse to search for the picture on your computer. When you find the picture that you want, double-click it. It will become your desktop background.
Look for pictures in other locations on your computer
Under Picture position, click the arrow and choose whether to crop the picture to fill the screen, fit the picture to the screen, stretch the picture to fit the screen, tile the picture, or center the picture on the screen, and then click Save changes.
If you choose to have a fitted or centered picture as your desktop background, you can also frame your picture with a color background. Under Picture position, click Fit or Center. Click Change background color, click a color, and then click OK.
To make any picture stored on your computer (or a picture you are currently viewing) your desktop background, right-click the picture, and then click Set as Desktop Background.
The Set as Desktop Background option
You can add more desktop backgrounds to your collection from the Personalization Gallery on the Windows website.
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Find a photo you'd like to use as your computer's wallpaper. (The wallpaper is the background you see on the main screen where your icons are). You can use any photo you have saved or downloaded in your photo folder.
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