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Zoom RisK 606 views 2:31 How to Change Display Properties - in Hindi, Change Theme, Background, Screen Saver - Duration: 9:16. This feature is not available right now. You can press tab to jump to the next tab in line, or Shift-Tab to jump to the previous one. rundll32.exe is Run a DLL as an App and is found on XP. this contact form

Greatly appreciate it. Start | Run | Type: eventvwr | Click OK | Click System | Windows File Protection will be listed under the Source column. The background graphics list is grayed out and the mouse can not click on any of them or the down arrow. Options on the Background tab > are enabled. >1 = The policy is enabled.

Here are Microsoft's steps for dealing with the MSBlaster worm. Desktop,Screen Saver, Appearance, and Settings are missing.Both with the onboard Intel vide chipset and with an ATI PCI cardplugged in for troubleshooting.I remember something like this several years ago, but can Greatly appreciate it.

When you click on the Desktop tab, you can change > > > the color, click on the Customize button, or the Browse button they work > > > but not A theme determines your background, screen saver, Window fonts, colors and three-dimensional effects in windows and dialog boxes, the look of icons and mouse pointers, and sounds. baghul 60,153 views 8:06 Windows Vista Display Settings - Duration: 4:46. motleyfire 28,837 views 3:14 Adjusting Screen Size on Windows XP - Duration: 1:12.

Step 1: Enable your firewall (the native XP one if you don't have another one). Reply Steve March 8, 2012 at 10:18 pm # Thanks so much!!!! Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

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Subscribe / Connect Ghacks Technology NewsletterGhacks Daily NewsletterAdvertisement Popular Microsoft removes policies from Windows 10 Pro July 28, 2016 Cumulative Windows 10 Update KB3194496 installation issues September 30, 2016 Disable the More About Us... The Background tab still appears, but all options > > on the tab are disabled. > > > > If NoChangingWallPaper is not in the registry it's the same as being Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists...

If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. weblink Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Also, if I pressed Shift+Tab as soon as I opened upDisplay Properties the hidden/missing tabs would be selected and Icould use the arrow keys to select the different tabs.Look to see By default, users can use the Desktop > > tab of Display in Control Panel to add a background design (wallpaper) to > > their desktop.

  1. Navigate to >> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ Policies\ActiveDesktop Look for NoChangingWallPaper in the right hand pane and make sure that it is set to 0.
  2. Prevent changing wallpaper http://www.boyce.us/gp/gpcontent.asp?ID=431 NoChangingWallPaper: Disables all options on the Background tab of Display in Control Panel.
  3. mytechsupportstore 10,215 views 4:35 Windows XP:(Display Properties) - Duration: 2:32.
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  5. Wes MS-MVP Windows Shell/User In news:, Todd <> hunted and pecked: > Wesley, > > I am having a similar problem.

All the tabs are working except > > > for the Desktop tab. Wes MS-MVP Windows Shell/User In news:, Todd <> hunted and pecked: > Hi, Wes. > > Actually, my IT guy already did what you suggested below and it didn't > return But I still can't modify the wallpaper when I am logged in as > administrator. navigate here All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide â„¢ Ad choices Register Now - It's Free!

Wes MS-MVP Windows Shell/User In news, Ms_Fixxit hunted and pecked: > QUESTION: When you right click on the desktop then click on Properties > and the Display Properties box comes I searched the XP disk that came with the pc and it doesn't find DESK.CPL. January 21, 2009 at 8:22 pm # My Display Properties My Computer is Dell Windows Home Basic 2000,xp,vista Reply Anonymous January 24, 2009 at 5:40 am # Thanks it worked for

Reply Martin Brinkmann March 9, 2012 at 1:18 am # I'm glad it did.

I just got a new computer at work and the IT guys moved everything over from the old machine. Rating is available when the video has been rented. Thanks, Ed Hawkes Wesley Vogel wrote: > Cannot change Desktop background wallpaper. > > This can be caused by the following policy. > > Prevent changing wallpaper policy: Prevents users from The memory could not be "read".

Sign in to make your opinion count. Safe mode will prevent those >applications access and therefore unprotect the viruses or other malware >allowing for easier removal. > >How to start Windows in Safe Mode Windows XP >http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/index.php?showtutorial=61#winxo I'm a teckie myselft but have never run into this problem myself. > > > This is a question for someone else I'm fixing. , Dec 26, 2006 #4 Todd his comment is here Some viruses and other malware like to conceal themselves >in areas Windows protects while using them.

The other tabs are fine. Get the answer AnonymousAug 29, 2005, 5:12 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)DS Thank you so much for this posting. No, create an account now. rundll.exe if found on XP, is part of a trojan.

Now I can CONTROL PANEL -> DISPLAY or right-click the desktop and select PROPERTIES. If you can help please > > either post and/or send me an email. It simply closes the window and goes back to the desktop. Kirt Kershaw 20,861 views 4:46 Windows XP Settings - Duration: 8:28.

How to start Windows in Safe Mode Windows XP http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/index.php?showtutorial=61#winxo -- Hope this helps.