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Posted on 1998-10-15
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I have icons setup in the Toolbar (which appears in/on the starbar) and they keep changeing to other icons, ie: one day they all became the ICQ's little flower icon, other times they just get muddled around. The shortcuts are fine, just the icons keep changeing and moveing about.  any ideas?
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You icon cache is messed up!  Search you system for a file name Shelliconcache then delete it and reboot.  Or if you prefer, install TweakUI from your Win98 CD and choose repair icons.
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