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  1. Posts : 14
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       #70

    Brink said:
    Please go ahead and post a screenshot of the correct path in the registry to see if anything may stand out.

    If you like, upload the .ico file here. I'll be happy to test it on my system to see if there may be an issue with it.
    and now others icons are broken but its not big issue i can use driveicon changer tool but hmm..

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  2. Posts : 61,873
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
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       #71

    Makezu said:
    and now others icons are broken but its not big issue i can use driveicon changer tool but hmm..
    Your path value doesn't include the .ico file extension in the full path.
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  3. Posts : 14
    Windows 10 Pro
       #72

    Brink said:
    Your path value doesn't include the .ico file extension in the full path.
    so this is right full path should be: ''C:\Users\Samuli Valtonen\Documents\Windows 10 Custom\Windows 10 Icons\imageres-175.ico''

    yeah tried but nothing..
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  4. Posts : 61,873
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       #73

    Makezu said:
    so this is right full path should be: ''C:\Users\Samuli Valtonen\Documents\Windows 10 Custom\Windows 10 Icons\imageres-175.ico''

    yeah tried but nothing..
    Correct if the icon file name is imageres-175.ico.

    Just to verify, is the Samuli Valtonen profile folder for the current account you are trying to use the icon for?

    If not, this is why it's not working since another account wouldn't have access to the profile folder of another account by default.
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  5. Posts : 14
    Windows 10 Pro
       #74

    Brink said:
    Correct if the icon file name is imageres-175.ico.

    Just to verify, is the Samuli Valtonen profile folder for the current account you are trying to use the icon for?

    If not, this is why it's not working since another account wouldn't have access to the profile folder of another account by default.
    yes its my one and only account on my pc. i dont know is there something different if i run registry with administrator or normally.. (before that i did with administrator)
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  6. Posts : 61,873
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       #75

    Makezu said:
    yes its my one and only account on my pc. i dont know is there something different if i run registry with administrator or normally.. (before that i did with administrator)
    When setting for current user, you do not need to be an administrator. You would only need to be an administrator if applying to all users using option 2 instead.

    If you like, upload the .ico file here and I'll have a play with it to see how it does on my system.
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  7. Posts : 14
    Windows 10 Pro
       #76

    Brink said:
    When setting for current user, you do not need to be an administrator. You would only need to be an administrator if applying to all users using option 2 instead.

    If you like, upload the .ico file here and I'll have a play with it to see how it does on my system.
    how to i upload that .ico file?
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  8. Posts : 61,873
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       #77

    Makezu said:
    how to i upload that .ico file?
    How to Upload and Post Screenshots and Files at Ten Forums
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  9. Posts : 14
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  10. Posts : 61,873
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       #79

    Makezu said:
    I do notice that it's only a 64x64 pixel .ico file instead of 256x256 pixel.

    A 64x64 may not show with larger icon sizes.
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