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Windows 7: Windows changes theme by itself?

16 Feb 2010   #11

Windows 7
Me too

Hi, i think it is a bug (Microsoft shit!). My computer does this too. i can`t remove, it appear again and again. I use an Windows7 Ultimate x64. I can`t remove the unsaved theme. Maybe someday microsoft "does" something...

P.S. I think i got it how to. Simple... NEVER install any screen saver. After i`v removed the installed screensavers, who`s installed by me, everything it seems to me ok. I`v deleted the unsaved theme, and that does not appears again.

I hope this help you too.

Anyway, this is f bug.

Thanks allot.

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16 Feb 2010   #12

Win7 Home Premium 64x

Try saving the theme and then delete the saved theme.
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27 Feb 2010   #13

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit 6.1, build 7600

I have this exact issue and it didnt start until a week or so ago. I havent download any new programs or screensavers and havent even tried to use any theme that didnt come with my computer nor have I tried to customize my themes. All of my themes are factory setting. Its very aggravating to have to reset a theme and screensaver every single time that my computer is rebooted. Took some screenshots to show the exact issue.

After restarting or rebooting, the saved theme reverts to an Unsaved Theme that is not even the correct size. There is a black line on the left and right size and the resolution is set correctly in my computer. The theme corrects its self to the correct size after choosing another theme.

An "unsaved theme" is created on every single reboot.

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21 Jun 2017   #14

Windows 7

I found a fix i had the same problem i hope it works.
Just change your theme to windows 7 Basic and back to the theme u want it to be it worked for me .
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