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Start Button Screw-Up

by green_lucan2 / March 19, 2007 7:10 AM PDT

Hey. Umm, so yeah I found out that there was some way to change the Windows Start Button on the taskbar by downloading the program called "Resource Hacker" and long story short: I screwed explorer.exe all up. I know have multiple explorer.exe files and it never loads during startup OR when I try to run it. Here's the address where I found out how to do this from: http://sarahlane.typepad.com/sarahword/2004/06/hack_xps_start_.html . So I'm hoping to god that someone cal look at that page and sort of figure out how to UNDO the damage I did. I won't be messing around with code ever again! lol

Thanks a lot guys!

Scotty

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