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Windows 7: [ask] Why my icon always reload?

06 Jan 2011   #1
viruzth

XP Pro SP2 x86 & Seven x64 Enterprise
 
 
[ask] Why my icon always reload?

Why all my icon always refreshing/reloading every-time my computer connected to internet?
It's kinda annoying

I'm using Avast HE and MSE for my anti virus, but I dont think it's relevant.
The problem occur in windows se7en.

Thanx before


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06 Jan 2011   #2
DeaconFrost

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

I'm pretty sure this won't solve your issue, but you are probably hurting your systems performance by running two resident AV packages at once. I think you are right on your assessment that it is irrelevant, but I'd still ditch one....which would be Avast, in my opinion.
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06 Jan 2011   #3
Airbot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

IMO I'd ditch MSE and keep only Avast. My personal experience with MSE over it's history of versions still up to the most recent causes my systems icons and folder thumbnails to always refresh like molasses with every time of opening a folder. Only installed by itself with no other AV and as soon as it's uninstalled, problem's gone. But I myself must be unique in this experience, because I can find no one else who will admit the same.

But it might be possible having the 2 installed is the reason for your personal icon refresh problem. I would also recommend uninstalling either one, or both temporarily just to see if the problem's gone. Then use just one of those, up to you which one to keep.

And might delete your icon cache. It will rebuild after a reboot.
Icon Cache - Rebuild
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07 Jan 2011   #4
viruzth

XP Pro SP2 x86 & Seven x64 Enterprise
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DeaconFrost View Post
I'm pretty sure this won't solve your issue, but you are probably hurting your systems performance by running two resident AV packages at once. I think you are right on your assessment that it is irrelevant, but I'd still ditch one....which would be Avast, in my opinion.
Thank You for the response.
Ditching my MSE soon.

I hope it's help.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Airbot View Post
IMO I'd ditch MSE and keep only Avast. My personal experience with MSE over it's history of versions still up to the most recent causes my systems icons and folder thumbnails to always refresh like molasses with every time of opening a folder. Only installed by itself with no other AV and as soon as it's uninstalled, problem's gone. But I myself must be unique in this experience, because I can find no one else who will admit the same.

But it might be possible having the 2 installed is the reason for your personal icon refresh problem. I would also recommend uninstalling either one, or both temporarily just to see if the problem's gone. Then use just one of those, up to you which one to keep.

And might delete your icon cache. It will rebuild after a reboot.
Icon Cache - Rebuild
Thank You for the response.
I'll ditch MSE and see how thing will be
About rebuilding icon cache,, I'll do that to
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07 Jan 2011   #5
Airbot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Let us know if it helps the problem or not.
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08 Jan 2011   #6
viruzth

XP Pro SP2 x86 & Seven x64 Enterprise
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Airbot View Post
Let us know if it helps the problem or not.
My icon still refreshing/reloading. But time needed is reduce massively.

I ditch MSE like masters told me
It's not curing my problem but it's reducing my pain.

I also try ditch my avast, so practically I connect to internet without any AV for about 3secs.
And yes, my icon still refreshing/reloading.

So I put back avast

Thank you.
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