All Icons, short cuts are blank

 I have two windows 7 64 bit Enterprise pc that the icons on the desktop and  in All Programs are blank does not matter user or administrator login. I tried  to rebuild iconcache or copy a known good iconcache , ran sfc /scannow and none of these tricks work.

Could someone help me please? Thank you in advance!
shawyen MeiAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Since the solutions you tried did not work, now try a Windows 7 Repair Install. You need the Windows 7 DVD or a working recovery partition.
Sam Simon NasserIT Support ProfessionalCommented:
open notepad, paste the following command, save as bat (put "clearicon.bat" ) and run it. then restart computer
:: Created by: Shawn Brink
:: Created on: April 27th 2015
:: Tutorial:

@echo off
set iconcache=%localappdata%\IconCache.db

echo The explorer process must be temporarily killed before deleting the IconCache.db file. 
echo Please SAVE ALL OPEN WORK before continuing.
If exist "%iconcache%" goto delete
echo The IconCache.db file has already been deleted. 
goto restart

echo Attempting to delete IconCache.db files...
ie4uinit.exe -show
taskkill /IM explorer.exe /F 
del /A /Q "%iconcache%"
del /A /F /Q "%localappdata%\Microsoft\Windows\Explorer\iconcache*"
start explorer.exe
echo IconCache.db files have been successfully deleted.
goto restart

echo You will need to restart the PC to finish rebuilding your icon cache.
CHOICE /C:YN /M "Do you want to restart the PC now?"
IF ERRORLEVEL 1 goto yes

shutdown /r /f /t 00

exit /B

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also do the same with the code below if the above did not work
 ie4uinit.exe -show 

 taskkill /IM explorer.exe /F 

 DEL /A /Q "%localappdata%\IconCache.db" 

 DEL /A /F /Q "%localappdata%\Microsoft\Windows\Explorer\iconcache*"

 shutdown /r /f /t 00

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Vince MabarySystems and Database AdministratorCommented:
I had a similar issue after migrating a partition from one drive to another.  Johnny B refers to the fix which helped me with the matter, and Sam seems to have scripted it out for you.
Jonny BTech (CEO)Commented:
Has this issue been resolved??  If so, can we close the question off?
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