There are a couple of invisible files that contain desktop information--stuff like where icons are, what they look like, and so on. These files are pretty easily corruptible, so it's a good idea to renew them from time to time--and that process is called rebuilding the desktop. You can do it through the OS by pressing the command and option keys when you restart--hold them down until the smiling Mac comes on. There's a whole bunch of other ways to do it, which you can read about in the following thread:<br><br>http://www.macminute.com/cgi-bin/wwwthre...p;o=0&part=<br><br>And that's true too/--Shakespeare, King Lear
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