|09 Mar 2010||#1|
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App Crash & Aero Theme gone
Hello Expert Guys
Please help me on this.
I was trying to install DVD player software but some how it started giving the messages of Application Crash and changes the theme (because of compatibility problem). After that i restarted my PC and the message came PC was not able to restart properly so automatically it went under Repair and i just pressed OK.
After all these process i got my logon sreen back but when i entered into it, Theme was already changed to basic. I then tried to restore aero themes but no success.
I tried windows help on Aero, which give the below message.
"find and fix problems with transparency and other visual effects"
I clicked on it and it went through whole process of checking and diagonosis but finally the message came, problem could not be solved with the below reasons:
Aero theme is not supported - Not Fixed.
Desktop Window Manager is disabled -- Detected.
I then searched over google for possible solution and found registry hack to enable Desktop Window Manager but that too did not solve my problem. Please help me on this as i want my aero theme back. Also, i did not create restore points so i don't have opiton of restore to previous date.
I found this site very informative and solution-oriented, so please help me to get my aero theme back with all its visual effects.
Awaiting for your feedback.
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