|06 Jul 2013||#1|
Logon Screen and Icons needed help
I recently Installed Mac OS X Snow Leopard i7 Transformation Pack onto my pc.
I noticed a differance in performance and therfore wanted to uninstall it. After going through all the Uninstall steps, I still needed to replace my explorer.exe file with the original one, as it gets modified during installation of the Transformation Pack.
I did not get everything back to Original Windows 7 Aero Theme, Start button, and Logon Screen as well.
How can I remove this Apple Logo?
I have tried the Command Prompt with SFC /SCANNOW option as well but the message shown is :
WINDOWS RESOURCE PROTECTION COULD NOT PERFORM THE REQUESTED OPERATION:
Help would be appreciated.
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|16 Jul 2013||#4|
1] Before clean install, restore your system using SYSTEM IMAGE that (if) you have created earlier. and do sfc again to check everything is repaired. and If it doesn't work,
2] Find system restore point which is exactly before your *experiment* and restore your system and do sfc again to check everything is repaired.
3] If it doesn't work, try sfc from boot using dvd. and If it doesn't work,
4] I suggest you to eat that apple in logo & do clean install and try to avoid playing with your system. It is better because your *experiment* affected your many important files that each of them may not be recovered.
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