Wow what happened?

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Jul 29, 2008

Wow what happened? by Prime at 7:47 AM (889 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Prime
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    i turned on my computer today, not from a fresh install of vista, and it pops up "Preparing your desktop..." which is odd because it only pops up when your finshed a clean install of vista. So it logs in and all my shortcuts were not the same size i left them last night and they moved to the rleft side (i had them at the top last night) . I opened a few programs, including firefox, and the font was very thin and changed. I did a system restore to yesturday and everything is fine now


    What happened?
     
  2. B-Blue

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    Remember what you did before closing you PC.
     
  3. Prime
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    Erm, close firefox and shut down...
     
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    Maybe Vista was installing new updates?
     
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    No i let vista install the updates, then it shuts down automatically
     
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    Did you get on the wrong computer?
     
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    Erm, what?

    EDIT: Ok folks, this is going no where. Forget it.
     

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