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State your computer issues.
Direct me to where i need to post etc thanks Jon
You have to post everything right here in this topic.
I don't need HJT log.
We don't use HJT anymore.
...and state your computer issues.
Hello its just in my Control Panel iN display Properies in my desktop backgrounds list ther are the following entries SwSys1 & SwSys2 and when i click on them my desktop just tutn s a Blank Blue and i then reset my background agin and all is ok, I just want to lnow What these entries are and can they be deleted and if so can you direct me how to do same Thank Jon
I didn't understand a bit.
What are SwSys1 & SwSy2 which are in my desktop backgrounds list , What are these entries and how do i delete them Thanks J
Could be, could be not something malicious.
We won't know until you follow instructions from my reply #2.