Windows XP Icons Look Like 8 Bit Even Though Color Depth is Set to 16 Bit

Posted on 2004-11-15
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Somewhere along the line while preparing a Windows XP SP2 image for deployment, my icons began appearing like they are in 8 bit color mode even though I am set to 16 bit.  Any ideas?  Thanks!
Question by:twmtwm
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    Icons get corrupted after using Tweak UI "Rebuild Icons" function:

    Pls ignore the title.

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    Awesome!  Thanks so much.  That did it.
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    Glad to be of assistance :)

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