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Windows 7: My laptop keeps changing the desktop picture every time I turn it on.

30 May 2010   #11
kucing13

 

C:windows>resources>theme>(name of the theme folder)

custom theme usually have their wallpaper folders inside

and to locate directly location of wallpapers in any theme. you can

Right click>personalize>desktop background>and you'll see the wallpaper folder root. You can track it from there

fell free to ask


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30 May 2010   #12
dunfiddlin

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kadri View Post
How can I indicate the theme folder that I want to change it's wallpaper?

And about deleting the picture - it's a Windows desktop picture and I can't seem to find the location of the picture, thus I cannot delete it either.
Ok. This would be a lot easier if you could post a screenshot of your Control Panel > All Control Panel Items >Personalization > Desktop Background so ...

Alt+PrintScreen

Open Paint

Paste

Save as png

Attach to your next post!



The wallpapers are usually found in ...

C:\Windows\Web\Wallpaper\Windows

(with copies of some in the winsxs folder though it's not immediately apparent why!)

You may need to unhide files to find the one you want.
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