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The graphics for the shortcut utilities changed in my computer all of a sudden?


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#1 kuroku

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Posted 05 July 2015 - 09:35 PM

Hi, I'm not sure if this is the correct forum topic, so if it needs to be moved, please let me know, and I'm sorry.

 

Thing is, like a lot of laptops, my laptop has the shortcut keys for things like dimming display and muting audio and things such as that, and usually for things like turning off wireless, I'd see the transparent graphic like a green circle, or a circular pie graph going down or up, etc.

 

Well, today, the graphics seemed to have changed after I seemed to have allowed the akamai netsession client for adobe flash player go through the firewall?

 

Before that though, I have Kaspersky antivirus and the database needed updating, but it wanted a reboot before that, so I did, and then the akamai netsession client firewall block popped up after I clicked to update adobe flashplayer.

 

It changed, like I just see these blue windows as though it's an old computer or something... I tried looking it up, but I wasn't even sure what it was called and what to look for. I'm hoping that it was just a small driver problem and all I need to do is reinstall, but what do you guys think? I keep trying to screenshot it, but when pasted, it doesn't show the splashscreen, so I'll have to take a picture later.

 

My laptop model: Asus k55n

 

OS: windows 7

 

AMD A8 

AMD Radeon HD 7640G

 

If there's anything else, please let me know! Thank you!

 



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#2 gigawert

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Posted 06 July 2015 - 05:38 PM

Try changing the theme to "Windows 7" under Aero themes. Right click the desktop and do personalize.


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