That doesn't help "repair" the quality of the icon. It only helps repair wrong icon types. Thanks for that program thought, it was useful in other ways.matt-h said:A System Restore would fix it, but I dont know how practical that is for you. I am looking for an answer in the Vista Transformation Pack forums at JCXP. Found a couple of things:
Install TweakUI, part of the Windows Powertoys. It has a fix/rebuild icons option.
I may add more to this post.
TweakUI is supposed to help with this I guess, but it did not change the blurriness for me. It's still the same.bernardus said:Try TweakUI and restore iconcache. Its possible to restore an icon if you choose to open a file you have an icon and a extension. Click on folder options in explorer find change icon and relate that icon to the exe file that originally has been implemanted.