I have xp sp2, and all the latest updates for DesktopX, ip etc.
Here's my problem: twice when I have used ip-builder and saved & loaded the new .ip package, not only were most of the system icons out of sync, but recently one particular icon will cover (hide) the actual loaded icons on the desktop. Now that is weird. The particular icon is not necessarily particular; it's just a random icon the system grabs to cover up the other icons. I can see the icons that are suppose to be there, because they are peaking out from the sides, of the icon that is covering them up.
Yes, I have refreshed the screen, rebooted etc. etc. No, it is not a virus. I am loaded to the brim with virus protection (run scans regularly), firewalls etc. etc.
If anyone can shed the light on this one, it would be great. I am wondering though if the "builder.icl" that is part of ip’s package builder is out of date. What I mean by that is that I have had so many updates with MS & have been running SP2, that maybe in those updates, the settings might have changed and the builder.icl is not compatible anymore? If that is possible.