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I have the same problem and that solution doesn't work for me. It restores a
trash can icon - the one with the full basket. If I then empty the trash bin,
the icon does not change to the empty trash can. I have tried this multiple
times. I sure would appreciate help. It all started when I accidently deleted
the recycle bin from the desktop. Thanks. firstname.lastname@example.org
> Thanks Scissor. I just got done googling it and found the same answer.
> "Scissor" <Scissor.email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Found the answer here for you:
> > 'Lost recycle bin - CNET Windows Vista Forums'
> > (http://tinyurl.com/yubc33) (post 14)
> > IT'S A CONTROL PANEL OPTION...
> > by 'John.Wilkinson'
> > (http://forums.cnet.com/community/Joh...n/?tag=usrprfl) [image:
> > http://www.cnet.com/i/hlp/redM.gif] - 8/30/06 8:43 AM
> > In reply to: 'Lost recycle bin' (http://tinyurl.com/yubc33) by
> > 'stonehkm' (http://forums.cnet.com/community/stonehkm/?tag=usrprfl)
> > The 'Delete' option when right-clicking the Recycle Bin is new, giving
> > you the option of removing the shortcut from your desktop easily. To
> > restore it you can go
> > _Start->Control_Panel->Appearance_and_Personalization->Personalization_
> > and then click "change desktop icons" from the left-hand column. From
> > there just check Recycle Bin and click OK.
> > Hope this helps,
> > John
> > --
> > Scissor