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Posted on 2012-04-10
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Hi All,

I have a problem with my desktop background it now displays a white background with Active desktop recovery. This only effects my profile can you please advise a way to resolve this without creating a new profile on the machine thanks. I have attached a screenshot of the problem thanks
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This will get rid of that screen.  

 Go to Run and type regedit
    Now navigate to this path – HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Desktop\SafeMode\Components
    You would find a key named DeskHtmlVersion
    Right click the key and select Modify
    Under the label Base, select the radio button Decimal
    Change Value data to 0
    Click OK
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