.. Yes. I might resort to a system restore if all else fails.Jenny100
"Mad, if you know where your pictures are (if you keep them all in one folder), can you click the Browse button the the Display tab and browse to the location where your pictures are? For example, mine are in
C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\My Documents\Wallpapers
That's exactly what I'm having to do now but I didn't have to do before.
The whole of "My Pictures" used to be shown as "the background list" without having to browse to it.
It DOES remember the last picture I browsed to and set as wallpaper. But only
that one. And all my pictures are already in the same folder as that one. Creeping_Doom
.. I don't use any picture viewers.
[I'm sure I'm starting to repeat myself now !!