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How di I remove icons from the control panel?

Posted on 1998-12-09
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I have some leftover icons in my control panel.
How do I remove them manually?
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by:gschetrit
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sorry, forgot to tell you the OS, well, it's win 98.
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Problem resolved!!!
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Icons in the Control Panel relate to .CPL files in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM folder. Delete the .CPL file that exists for your icon. eg TWEAKUI.CPL is for TWEAKUI
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