Revert HDD icon to original Solved

  1.    02 Nov 2016 #1

    Revert HDD icon to original

    I just HDDlife but i didn't like that program so i uninstalled it but the HDD icon still stuck. How can i revert it back to original?

    Edit: The solution How to Restore Hard Disk File Icon? Windows 7 - Super User

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  2.    02 Nov 2016 #2

    Change drive icon in Windows 10 with a custom *.ico file

    Create your own icon and this tutorial will tell you how to create two keys to customize your icons. Goofy is my drive icon for C:drive and Tigger is D:drive. :)
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