Re: Adding Icons to System32/url.dll
An icon is only an graphic, nothing more. An icon has no ability to
start a program. You can start a program with no icon at all (i.e., with
the Windows generic icon.)
Navigate to this executable:
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
Right-click on the icon for iexplore.exe and drag it to the desktop.
When releasing the mouse button, choose Create Shortcuts Here from the
context menu. Now drag the shortcut onto your Start menu and drop it in
the Startup folder. IE will start every time you start Windows.
Errare humanum est
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sasha gottfried wrote:
> The problem is, for some reason, that IE will not auto-start on bootup
> unless I use an icon in that DLL file!
> "Leonard Grey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> You'll find it much easier to simply create your own icon files.
>> Instructions (and software) are all over the web. And you'll have those
>> icons forever. Edit them whenever you want.
>> Leonard Grey
>> Errare humanum est
>> "A Day in the Life of a Web 2.0 Hacker" - PC Magazine
>> sasha gottfried wrote:
>>> Is there any way to add another icon or 2 to this dll file?
>>> (Using other icons for Internet Shortcuts foul up IE6 as a strtup item)