ANSWERS: 3
  • May be due to a virus remnant: http://www.yourpcpartner.com/solution_computer_cant_change_desktop_wallpaper_background.htm Or if group policy is getting in the way... http://www.winxptutor.com/webtab.htm
  • just a guess but it could be set on pattern rather than image
  • 6-5-2017 Windows 7 will do that if the os thinks it is not in the machine it was originally installed in. If you click Start/Control Panel there is a menu item someplace to call M$ and verify the installation.

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