Phil,

I had seen this a few times before while running Win2k.

I was never able to reproduce it or track down the cause of it.... seemingly
very random and also seemingly harmless( I never noticed any problems caused
by it).

If you find how to reproduce it I would love to know... just to free up some
space in that section of my mind where un-solved issues reside and churn
looking for an answer.

It does not happen to me on the machine I run now.

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Phillip Stevens" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2001 1:02 PM
Subject: [PEDA] Anyone else seeing unstable Desktop Icons?


>
> I have started a new project in the last few days,  using Protel99 SE
> SP6,  and Windows 98.
>
> Before starting the project,  the desktop icons were correct and
> stable.  In the last few days,  always sometime after having run Protel,
I
> have experienced 3 occurrences of desktop icons having been changed to
> another type of icon.
>
> For example,  after bringing up a net list in wordpad,  several of my
> .doc icons suddenly started displaying my email client icon.
>
> So far it seems to be a random event.  Trying to create a reproducible
> test case.  Not a real problem for me,  just wondering if anyone else
> has seen this?
>
> ---Phil
>


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