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Hello everybody

 

Did I also purchased AS16 and am very happy with it.

 

Now I have a problem with the icon of AS16.

 

See photo:

 

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So my icon looks under programs, or even in HiFi folder.

 

The program runs without any problems.

 

Is there a solution for this?

 

Thanks for AS16 :good:
 

 

greetings

Sebastian

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Hi,

 

You could probably delete that desktop icon and then go to your AS16 folder and send the AS16.exe to desktop and it should show up properly.

 

Hope this helps :)

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Hi,

 

You could probably delete that desktop icon and then go to your AS16 folder and send the AS16.exe to desktop and it should show up properly.

 

Hope this helps :)

Hi

Unfortunately, looks the same from.

But if I, go under Win7 and there under Control Panel and go there under Programs and Features, it looks normally.

But thanks for the help!

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Right click the icon you sent to the desktop. At bottom of the menu, left click properties. On the Shortcut tab click change icon. If it is correct, click the icon, click ok, click apply.

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I had the same problem.

 

I had to go into the main folder, create a short cut, move it to the desktop, then right click on icon to properties then changed the icon to AS16.

 

It show up properly now.

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It works now
Most of the times it works but sometimes it doesn't. Glad it worked for you.

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This is an issue with the Windows Icon cache...If you just search online on how to refresh windows icon cache this will fix the issue...you basically will need to delete a specific folder containing your cached icons, then restart windows and everything will be back to normal :D

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