The background change after brownout?

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Brownout is an immediate loss of current.

When the current comes back the background of Windows XP was changed into a default windows background with a clickable button"restore your desktop." At the center, then list of instructions below.

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The background change after brownout?


The Windows XP background might get lost from the desktop for many reasons. It may be due to an improper shutdown, a computer error after a troubleshooting session or an unexpected error.

There is a simple procedure that should be followed to restore the Windows XP background.

Follow these instructions, you can solve your problem:

1. Go to Run, type regedit and hit enter.
2. Go here HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftInternet ExplorerDesktopSafeModeComponents
3. Select the value DeskHtmlVersion.
4. Select the Decimal radial button.
5. Change the value of 272 to 0
6. Most of the time it might take a few seconds for your background to appear and other times.
You might need to restart your computer.
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The background change after brownout?


Hi Mysterious,

Hope you are fine.

Your problem can be solvable. Just follow these simple steps and restart your PC to effect the changes.

1. Restart your computer in safe mode (to do this, on rebooting press F8).
2. Delete wgatray.exe from C:WindowsSystem32
3. In start Windows search type regedit.
4. Browse to the following location:
5. Delete the folder "wgalogon" and all content.

6. Reboot

Hope it will work.


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