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I can't change my account picture and lock screen picture

Question: I can't change my account picture and lock screen picture

I m running windows 8.1 pro. Please help me to solve this trouble.

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I got this error message "Setting the account picture failed, please try again". I need to know how to fix this, i got this error after i browsed the pic i wanted to use, if you guys know how to fix this thing, I'll thank you here's the screenshot, I'm not using a pirated copy of this OS, please help!

Answer:Can't change account picture / lock screen's picture

I don't know what may happen,but I think it worth to try:
First of all, go to C:\ProgramData\Microsoft
and copy the Default Account Pictures folder and then rename it to any name,after this open the original Default Account Pictures folder and delete the picture and the data file which belong to the user and try to change accaunt picture

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How can I change lock screen by my picture each time I login? (not use Bing's picture)

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Hi, I just realized after recent major update on windows 10 I'm facing some issues.
1. Unable to change account picture

2. Stuck on changing lock screen
I already do some troubleshooting:
1. sfc /scannow
2. DISM
- DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
- DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
- DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
3. manually change the source of image in
- C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\User Account Pictures
- C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\SystemData
but, none of them is working..

Please help me to find a solution instead of re-install the whole windows (which is exhausting). Thank you.

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Hi, I just realized after recent major update on windows 10 I'm facing some issues.
1. Unable to change account picture

2. Stuck on changing lock screen
I already do some troubleshooting:
1. sfc /scannow
2. DISM
- DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
- DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
- DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
3. manually change the source of image in
- C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\User Account Pictures
- C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\SystemData
but, none of them is working..

Please help me to find a solution instead of re-install the whole windows (which is exhausting). Thank you.

Answer:Windows 10 - Unable to change account picture and lock screen

Hi, when I had a problem with Spotlight (i.e. different to yours), but similar in that the Preview screen remained greyed out, that was only fixed when I upgraded to the next build. (I had broken Spotlight and got it working again otherwise).

I assume you have no useful system restore points.

Important steps:
a. What is your current Windows build?
Windows key + R, winver

b. Also please create a new user for test purposes and advise if the above works.

If you still have the same problem with a new user, then I would suggest you either do an in-place upgrade repair install which keeps all programs and data or if you are using an older build, consider upgrading to 1709. The answer somewhat depends on the answer to the previous question.

Otherwise I expect the problem is specific to your account, which an in-place upgrade repair is unlikely to fix.

Note: a technique which can help you to recover to a previous good working state when things go badly wrong, e.g. unbootable PC, disk failure etc and so reduce the need to do clean installs, which we continually urge people to use routinely is disk imaging e.g. using Macrium Reflect (free).

I assume you haven't started doing that and don't have a disk image created before this started happening.

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Hello! First post on this fantastic forum which has sorted me out a number of times. However I can't find a solution for this issue , so I hope someone can help me!

Following a rollback to 8.1 after installing the full release of Windows 10 I've been unable to change the account pictures, lock screens or picture passwords for any user. I've tried the following.

Create new userRegistry change and GPE change Unable to change the image on the Lock Screen "'Lock Screen - Microsoft CommunityDeleting account pictures folderTaking ownership of, and deleting C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\SystemDataRunning sfc /scannow, several times after checking component store for corruption

It's driving me a bit nuts now! If anyone has any suggestions I'd be very grateful!

Thanks

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How can I change lock screen background windows 10 by my picture each time I login or each day? Although I like Bing?s picture but I also want to use my picture.

Answer:Can I change lock screen win 10 by my picture every day?

Settings > Personalization > Lock screen
You can choose a Background here. Windows spotlight will show images that Microsoft has chosen. Picture and Slideshow let you choose your own picture(s).
You can also open a photo in the Photos app, click the three dots in the top right, Set as, and then Set as lock screen.

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So my default lock screen wallpaper is the default shitty guy running up a hill side shot, and I really want to change it. Problem is, every time I try to select another wallpaper, it gives me the spinny icon and doesn't load, therefore I cannot select the photo. I've tried all the default photos and I've tried saving one to my desktop and trying to get that to load but It wouldn't work. Heres a screenshot.

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Hi everyone,
So I've had this problem before and I recall it actually fixing itself at one point, but if I go into settings and go to the lock screen settings where I should be able to pick my lock screen picture or use Windows Spotlight (which I want to use), it says "Some settings are hidden or managed by your organization." My computer is completely independent, not connected to a domain or anything, and I'm the only user on the computer (which makes me administrator). Does anyone know how to fix this?? Maybe edit the registry in some way?



 

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I have a feeling that I need to be a admin to change this feature. I can't understand why. 

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I changed the picture for my lockscreen, but it is still that ugly abstract thing. Not sure what to do.

Answer:Lock screen picture change not taking effect?

Hi,
Thats a very common problem with Windows 8 users, before we start i just need to ask you one question:
_Change your account picture and see if it changes and tell me the results.
Alex.

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i m unable to change my windows 8 appearance as this menu is disable in my windows can anyone please help me as i m new to windows 8 ?

Answer:unable to customize lock screen, start screen, account picture

If you're using the official release of Windows 8 Enterprise trial, you'll need to activate it. PC Settings doesn't have an entry to Activate, so you'll need to go to the Desktop to do so. The little Action Center icon on the lower right hand side (a little flag) should have a red X. Click on it, and it should say you need to activate. Do so, and you'll get those customizing features unlocked.

Product Key Number - Change in Windows 8

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Chameleon is a simple Windows Store app, designed to change the background picture of your lock screen in a defined time period (15mins, 30mins, 1hour). The free-to-use application even allows you to create your own picture channel online by selecting your preferred key words.
It searches the Internet (Google image Search and Baidu) with those key words and fills your own channel with wonderful pictures. It does not uses Bing for the same purpose.
To change the lockscreen automatically, just Left click the photo stream you want, then right click in the photo stream to bring up the options bar. You can select your options at the bottom! The description bar at the bottom appears to have been developed for mouse, it does not work with a touch screen.
All the pictures used by the application are from free and public internet services. Download Chameleon from the Windows Store.

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hello i have fully activated windows 8 but when i try to change the user account pic the picture then it is high lighted and no option is seen . why it happens . not only user acount but log on screen too is unable to change/ what is the problem please help me.

Answer:not able to change user account picture,log in screen

Sorry for asking a dumb question, but did you try these?
For the account picture: User Account Picture - Change in Windows 8
For the background screen: Lock Screen - Background Image - Change in Windows 8

Note that if you have multiple accounts setup, then the login screen change is a lot trickier and a manual process from what I understand. Google that one...

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Hi everybody,

I've been trying to change my user account picture in the control panel, it worked, and it showed up in the start menu, but it didn't change in the logon screen (still dell default icon). Does anybody know what's wrong?

My system is Dell precision M6600, win7pro 64-bit. My user account has administrator right (in fact I am the only user).

Thanks!

Answer:can not change user account picture on logon screen

I hope this tutorial will help you to get rid of Dell's stuff.

Clean Up Factory Bloatware

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Hello,

I have tried to find an answer to this but cannot. Lately, I noticed my User Account Picture was not the picture I had selected. In addition, the Background Picture for my Windows 7 Home Premium edition log on screen was changed. This happened after running a program that is for exams at school which reboots your computer into a safe mode where the only program available is a rudimentary word processor.

I contacted the company that makes that software, Examsoft, and they told me how to get my default logon picture for my Windows Logon background back.

To address the User Account picture, I went into Control Panel > User Accounts and attempted to "change picture". This is not an option, however, for my administrator user account. It is an option for my guest account. I tried cloning my account without the bad .dat files, but that didn't work either as the new account I had created, also an administrator account, did not display a "change picture" option in control panel either.

I ran sfc /scannow, and it found no errors.

I am not sure what to do. Has anyone encountered this? Can you please help me?

Attached is a screen shot:

Thank You.

Answer:No "Change Picture" option for User Account Picture

hi dooba, welcome to the forums ,if you have exhausted all avenues you could try a system restore prior to just before you had probs System Restore

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Tried it several times and even restart my laptop to try it again, but it still doesn't work. Please help fix this.

Answer:Why isn't the browse picture option available when I chose a picture option on the lock screen?

Go to the Windows Store and check for updates first. There might be an update to the "photos" app. Then open the photos app and let it populate with all your photos first. Then go back to this setting and it should work.

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So when I set up my Windows 10 today, I chose to login with my Hotmail/Microsoft account.

At some point later I switched to a standalone user account (i did this because apparently the email and your lap top password will get synced and be the same - screw you Microsoft!)

But now, I can't for the life of me change the profile picture for my lap top. It retains the same photo I have for my Hotmail account, and all the tutorials online I tried, nothing worked.

Can anyone help me?

Answer:Can't change Account Picture

I there. To be sure > Did you try this tutorial? Change Account Picture in Windows 10 User Accounts Tutorials

I sign in with an MS account on all my devices, so I don't know what you have with a local account. Does it look or look similar to this?

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So when I set up my Windows 10 today, I chose to login with my Hotmail/Microsoft account.

At some point later I switched to a standalone user account (i did this because apparently the email and your lap top password will get synced and be the same - screw you Microsoft!)

But now, I can't for the life of me change the profile picture for my lap top. It retains the same photo I have for my Hotmail account, and all the tutorials online I tried, nothing worked.

Can anyone help me?

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After right click properties on My picture folder and change a picture location in the location tab to an external hard drive in %userprofile%\My picture folder the My picture folder has disappear now from %userprofile%\ location.
I went to the registry in the Shell Folder and User Shell Folder \ My Pictures REG_SZ and change back to %userprofile%\My picture value but that seem not taking effect.

Regard,
Thanks.

Answer:After right click properties on My picture folder and change a picture location locat

Hello Stuckfree,

Double check through OPTION TWO in the tutorial below to see if it may be able to help restore your My Pictures folder.

Personal User Folder - Restore Missing Folder

Hope this helps.

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hie guys. i'm newbie here "
i have a problem when want to change account picture.
when i click browse. nothing will pop-up or happen
what the problem ?
can you guys help me ?

Answer:problem to change account picture.

You might not have any photos in your pictures folder yet.

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The is no picture in my eser account.

Settings>change Pc settings>account> account picture> BROWSE does not go to my PC pfotos folder to choose one.

Camera roll, screenshots & slide shows are empty.

How can I get to my photos? .....thanx .....nick

Answer:how to change user account picture

Hello Nick,

Are you able to "Browse" to the folder you want instead? See the yellow tip box under step 8 in the tutorial below to see if it may help.

User Account Picture - Change in Windows 8

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I installed a desktop theme that changed my user account picture, but then changed my mind. I uninstalled and deleted the theme but now can't change my picture back to what it was. Account pictures are located in C/ProgramData/Microsoft/User Account Pictures, but PC Settings, where I'm trying to change my account picture from, won't let me access the ProgramData folder. What do I do?
 

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It's a placeholder image at the moment that I don't want. How do I change it?

Answer:How can I change my Microsoft account picture?

Originally Posted by Windows Central Question It's a placeholder image at the moment that I don't want. How do I change it? My answer is for Windows PC. If you are using a Mobile, I don't know for sure if it applies to you.
Start button > left side, Settings > Accounts > right side, under Create your picture, click Browser > locate the folder > select your picture > bottom right, click Choose picture.
That will change your account picture.
Restart computer.

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My Windows 8.1 machine has only one interactive account - the built-in "administrator" account. It is just an internal file- and media-server without a monitor, which is accessed exclusively through Remote Desktop.

I would like to change the "user picture" associated with that built-in admin account. Trying to do it the "usual" way - through Control Panel -> User Accounts - does not work. Apparently, user picture selection is handled by a Metro app. And Metro apps are not launchable from the built-in admin.

Most likely there are workarounds. I can try using that hack that enables Metro apps under the built-in admin. Or I can add another interactive admin account and try changing the picture of the built-in admin from that other admin. I don't know whether any of these will work, I haven't tried yet.

But is there a more straightforward way to set the user picture for an account? Like copy the picture file to some folder or something like that?

Answer:How to change the picture for the built-in admin account?

Best practice is to not use the built in Administrator account for general use. Create an admin level account for daily use and leave the built in account for emergencies. If you have only one account and for some reason you cannot log into it you will have no access, no easy way to solve the problem. Having an alternate account makes this much easier.

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I have WIndows 7 Ultimate and when I go into User Accounts in Control Panel I click on "change your picture" and I am only able to use the win7 pictures. When I click on "browse for more pictures" nothing happens.

Any ideas?

Answer:Unable to change User account picture

Hello Tally,

You might check to see if it opened a window that may be hidden behind another opened window. Sometimes these windows are small and can easily be covered up.

If not, then try a sfc /scannow command to see if it can find and fix any bad system files that may be responsible. Afterwards try again.

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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sir/madam
I am a windows 8 pro user and my windows is fully activated but still when I go to P.C SETTINGS  I am not able to change my account picture, lock screen & start screen
display, So kindly help me.
Regards
utkarsh chandel

Answer:not able to change the account picture..my Windows 8 pro is activated..please help

I was able to solve it by taking control of the "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\User Account Pictures" folder, or in some cases "C:\...\Default Account Pictures"

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On a fresh install of Win 7 Pro 64bit, I can't change my account picture via the control panel. I had to manually copy my desired picture into the directory where the other images are stored. I tried registering nusrmgr.cpl and it fails to load because it's not on my computer. Is there a way to extract it out of my Install DVD?

Answer:nusrmgr.cpl won't load, can't change my account picture

I am trying to learn everything about 7 so can you give more specifics about what your problem was?

in the control panel you couldn't change the image? did you choose an image from your Harddrive?
give me more information.

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these instructions provided my Microsoft itself couldn't be further from the truth. It says on your Office 365 settings page, to click the photo icon, but there is no photo icon on the page at all. Nowhere in sight do I even see any trace of a photo icon to change. On my personal info page, it shows a generic picture icon, but it is not clickable or changeable! How do I change it? Because Microsoft's instructions are incorrect

Answer:unable to change Office365 account picture

Instead of trying in Office, go to your Microsoft account instead. https://account.microsoft.com/aboutFrom there sign in with your Microsoft credentials. Then in the upper right corner you'll see your 'missing' avatar use the pulldown to choose settings. Then on the right side you'll see the Hello greeting. Click the blank image circle and change it there. That will then update to all your Microsoft services.

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I have a desktop and laptop, both are Windows 10 Pro, both are version 1607 and both are build version 14393.222 and both are fully updated. So why are the lock screens showing different pictures? On the laptop is show a nice Fall picture and on my desktop is showing some seascape picture.

Answer:Lock screen picture

Plankton said:

I have a desktop and laptop, both are Windows 10 Pro, both are version 1607 and both are build version 14393.222 and both are fully updated. So why are the lock screens showing different pictures? On the laptop is show a nice Fall picture and on my desktop is showing some seascape picture.



Your Lock Screen settings are probably set to "Windows Spotlight" which are images that are randomly selected and rendered by the OS.

Info:
Lock Screen Background - Change in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums

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Does anyone know where that "default" lock screen picture in the windows eight consumers preview actually is on the disc? (The picture of the road winding across the plains into the far away snow-covered mountains...)

I would like to use it as my lock screen image in my new install of Windows 8 Pro, But I can't find the actual image anywhere on my hard drive ? Can anyone help?

Answer:Lock screen picture

Hello Philippo,

That image should be in the folder below in the Windows 8 CP. It's not in the Windows 8 Pro version anymore.

C:\Windows\Web\Screen

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Hi, would just like to know if it is possible to have a gif on the lock screen instead of a picture?

Answer:Is it possible to have a gif on the lock screen instead of a picture?

Hi Josbeph,

I was curious and found THIS. I only briefed it, so I'm not certain if it works with the 'lock screen' image or not, however there is some info about the "Smart Screen." I did read something about using your own images "at regular intervals," which I kow is not what you were looking for, but I did not read through everything. It's also for Win-8.1, but I would suspect if it has that option, then Win-10 might as well.

It mentioned THIS program to help.
B1rd

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Hi, would just like to know if it is possible to have a gif on the lock screen instead of a picture?

Answer:Is it possible to have a gif on the lock screen instead of a picture?

Hi Josbeph,

I was curious and found THIS. I only briefed it, so I'm not certain if it works with the 'lock screen' image or not, however there is some info about the "Smart Screen." I did read something about using your own images "at regular intervals," which I kow is not what you were looking for, but I did not read through everything. It's also for Win-8.1, but I would suspect if it has that option, then Win-10 might as well.

It mentioned THIS program to help.
B1rd

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I have windows 10 on a desktop.
I keep changing my lockscreen to the picture I want. It'll stay that way for a while but then it changes to the cover photo from my facebook page. Does anyone know why this is happening and how to fix it?

Its driving me crazy!

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I upgraded my work laptop from 8.1 to 10. For some reason I cannot set a picture for the lock screen. When I go to the settings to do this, I can choose a picture and it shows correctly in the preview window, but when I lock the screen it is just a solid background that is my Accent color along with the text to press Ctrl+Alt+Del. I also tried adding the weather app and it did not appear either. Anyone else have this issue?

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I have a desktop and laptop, both are Windows 10 Pro, both are version 1607 and both are build version 14393.222 and both are fully updated. So why are the lock screens showing different pictures? On the laptop is show a nice Fall picture and on my desktop is showing some seascape picture.

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I have a picture on my mail account I want to change. It is Yahoo Premium. How do I change it?
 

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Is it possible to change the local user account picture at the windows logon screen via a command prompt.

Reason I need to do this is because I have about 200 workstations where the same exact local account needs to get created and a specific user account picture needs to be applied.

Answer:Change user account picture via command line

I don't know about copying just the picture. Log in as an Admin on the computer with the account you want to copy and Right click My Computer/Properties/Advanced/System Profiles. Highlight the Account you want to copy (you cannot be logged into the account you want to copy) and choose Copy To. Choose a Network Share. Then Copy it to each of the computers in question that you want to have the account on. this should also include the picture.. Maybe someone can write a batch file that would send it to all of the computers in the network in one click.

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I have the same picture on my desktop as on my lock screen.
The one on the desktop looks ok but the one on the lock screen is cropped at the top and bottom.

Any ideas what to do with the one on the lock screen??
James

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Has anybody had difficulty adding a picture / wallpaper to the lock screen.
I have just set up windows 10 screen saver and I see you can change the lock screen back ground picture.
I have tried adding either one of the windows wallpapers or one of my own pictures but I can't find any option to save the image. on closing the window & returning to the lock screen the picture does not appear to save and returns to the standard blue background with date and time.
I can't find any option to save the image as a lock screen wallpaper.
Does anybody have any suggestions.
Regards,
Mark.

Answer:Lock Screen background picture

Hello Mark,

Double check using the tutorial below to see if it may be able to help for now.

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/5...dows-10-a.html

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So when I go to the lock screen in Windows 10 I can select a picture and the preview shows it fine. However when I actually lock my PC it still shows the default Windows 10 one. (Not a solid colour)

PC upgraded from Windows 7 recently. All updates applied.

I have tried so many things, deleted systemdata folder in programdata, tried running registry repairs, sfc scannow etc.

Anyone got any ideas why it will let me change the lock screen picture with no problems, change the preview but the actual lock screen image itself doesn't change?

It's really bugging me. Thanks.

Answer:Lock screen not changing picture

Hello! Right-click on the desktop and select Personalize. Then go to Lock Screen. Make sure the background is set to Slideshow, not Picture.

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/5...dows-10-a.html

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since i upgraded to windows 10 aniversary update, my lock screen cannot display the windows spotlight picture as well as the local picture. It's just showing black, but when turn to login screen, background can be displayed. Anyone can help me?

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Hello! I set up a lock screen picture using the PC Settings app, and it displays as expected when I'm logged in but the computer is locked. However, when I sign out the lock screen picture goes back to the default rainbow picture. (The setting doesn't change, it just doesn't display the picture that I chose.) How can I change the global lock screen picture so it's the same regardless of whether I'm logged in or not? This is a computer on a domain, but no group policy exists to control the lock screen picture (as far as I'm aware). I am a local administrator of my computer.

Answer:Lock screen picture when logged out

Hello Vaindil,

As you found out, there are two lock screens in Windows 10. One is your lock screen while signed in to your account. The other is the default lock screen when no user is signed in.

You should be able to use either option in the tutorial below for Windows 8 to change the default lock screen in Windows 10 as well.

Lock Screen Default Background Image - Change in Windows 8

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Hi guys.
I just updated my phone from the 8.1 to the windows insider Windows 10 preview (Newest mobile version that is)
It seems to work fine, but one thing that annoys me is that whenever I set a picture behind my tiles or at my lock screen, its very blurry. When I see videos online, people don't seem to have that problem.
I am running the newest build on my 930.

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Hi, this is a weird bug that I've noticed which is a little different and I prefer to have my Lock Screen picture as the picture when the computer boots up.
(Note: I am the only administrator, and there's only this account on my computer)

Every time I boot the computer, and Windows starts to load, this picture which I call "Inside The Man Cave" shows up when Windows logs into my account:
Yet I have set my Lock Screen picture as this:

How can I have the picture of the Girl Playing Music For The Birds as the picture that would show instead of being Inside The Man Cave?

Thanks.

Answer:Different Lock Screen Picture When Turning On The Computer

pepanee said:

How can I have the picture of the Girl Playing Music For The Birds as the picture that would show instead of being Inside The Man Cave?



On Settings > Personalization > Lock screen you need to scroll down and turn on 'Show lock screen background picture on the sign-in screen'. It's very near the bottom, so you might not have seen it.

Sign-in Screen Background - Show Lock Screen Background in Windows 10

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When I first installed WinX it showed a different picture each day in the "pre sign in" lock screen, either for a second or two or until I clicked the sign-in spot. Since I am the administrator I don't have to use a password to sign in, and WinX seems to sometimes, but not always, recognize this and automatically bypasses the sign-in process and goes to the normal wallpaper background after a maybe 1 sec delay. I am using the latest version of Classic Shell and maybe this adds to the OS "confusion".

Since the last Windows Update some days ago (around 2.3 GB if I remember) it shows the SAME picture every day now. In the Personalization lock screen panel it shows:

Background
Slideshow (I selected)
Pictures
"Get fun facts ..." Off
Show lock screen background picture on the sign-in screen > On

and "Help" does not help

How can I get back the original set-up which changes the sign-in/lock screen picture to change each time or each day?
note: I will not use System Restore and have to reinstall the last update, as I am on a metered Internet access and limited to 1GB hi-speed Internet each day, without which my use of the Internet at 128 kb/sec is basically useless nowadays (as in, almost nothing works these days at that low speed)

Answer:I Want The Sign-in Lock Screen To Show A Different Picture Each Day

Hi, have you checked the folder (of pictures) under 'Choose Albums for your Slideshow' contains valid pictures?

See
Lock screen not changing picture Solved - Windows 10 Forums
and note the reference to Winaero's utility (which apparently works although described as for Win 8)
Lock Screen Customizer for Windows 8.1 and Windows 8

Note the lock screen from boot or restart is generated in a different way, so may not be consistent,

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Kinda having an odd issue. I use the windows spotlight to set my lock screen. So that it changes about once a day automatically. But when I reboot the computer, it reverts back to some old lock screen image I set manually a couple months ago. If I login to the PC and lock it again, then it will go back to the spotlight image. Not a huge deal, just thought this was odd.

Answer:Lock screen reverts to old picture after reboot

From what I've read about the lock screen it only changes the background when you lock the PC not when you restart/start the device.

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Kinda having an odd issue. I use the windows spotlight to set my lock screen. So that it changes about once a day automatically. But when I reboot the computer, it reverts back to some old lock screen image I set manually a couple months ago. If I login to the PC and lock it again, then it will go back to the spotlight image. Not a huge deal, just thought this was odd.

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After Upgrading to the new W10 platform download last weekend I now have the following issue: My sign in screen picture is no longer available. From the Lock Screen tab in settings I choose my own picture to display. The picture I have selected appears in the correct picture box in settings but when I restart my PC the startup page picture is one of Microsoft's own & mine is nowhere to be seen. I go back into settings/Lock Screen & there is my picture for all to see. I have tried both combinations of "Show Lock Screen Background On the Sign-In Screen" but the result is the same. Any ideas? merlin

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When I first installed WinX it showed a different picture each day in the "pre sign in" lock screen, either for a second or two or until I clicked the sign-in spot. Since I am the administrator I don't have to use a password to sign in, and WinX seems to sometimes, but not always, recognize this and automatically bypasses the sign-in process and goes to the normal wallpaper background after a maybe 1 sec delay. I am using the latest version of Classic Shell and maybe this adds to the OS "confusion".

Since the last Windows Update some days ago (around 2.3 GB if I remember) it shows the SAME picture every day now. In the Personalization lock screen panel it shows:

Background
Slideshow (I selected)
Pictures
"Get fun facts ..." Off
Show lock screen background picture on the sign-in screen > On

and "Help" does not help

How can I get back the original set-up which changes the sign-in/lock screen picture to change each time or each day?
note: I will not use System Restore and have to reinstall the last update, as I am on a metered Internet access and limited to 1GB hi-speed Internet each day, without which my use of the Internet at 128 kb/sec is basically useless nowadays (as in, almost nothing works these days at that low speed)

Answer:I Want The Sign-in Lock Screen To Show A Different Picture Each Day

Hi, have you checked the folder (of pictures) under 'Choose Albums for your Slideshow' contains valid pictures?

See
Lock screen not changing picture Solved - Windows 10 Forums
and note the reference to Winaero's utility (which apparently works although described as for Win 8)
Lock Screen Customizer for Windows 8.1 and Windows 8

Note the lock screen from boot or restart is generated in a different way, so may not be consistent,

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I have allways had a personel photo in the circle on the lock screen,that is until the anniversary update.The picture shows when checking the settings,but not when i boot the pc.

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After Upgrading to the new W10 platform download last weekend I now have the following issue: My sign in screen picture is no longer available. From the Lock Screen tab in settings I choose my own picture to display. The picture I have selected appears in the correct picture box in settings but when I restart my PC the startup page picture is one of Microsoft's own & mine is nowhere to be seen. I go back into settings/Lock Screen & there is my picture for all to see. I have tried both combinations of "Show Lock Screen Background On the Sign-In Screen" but the result is the same. Any ideas? merlin

Answer:My own Lock Screen Picture does not show at startup

On one of my pc's the picture and selection is greyed out and won't let me change it so I found a work around. Open the picture you want in the "Photo" app click the three dots on the right side and click Set to, then Lock screen.

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I've had this issue for a while on my SP3.
6 out of 10 times when waking it up from sleep instead of showing my lock screen image it'll show just a solid colour, my accent colour.
I've been running Windows insider and have done a system reset, but it still happens (maybe the bug exists in my recovery partition too?).
I'm almost at the point of just doing a complete system reinstall.
Any ideas?

Answer:Sometimes my lock screen picture doesn't show

Originally Posted by Windows Central Question I've had this issue for a while on my SP3.
6 out of 10 times when waking it up from sleep instead of showing my lock screen image it'll show just a solid colour, my accent colour.
I've been running Windows insider and have done a system reset, but it still happens (maybe the bug exists in my recovery partition too?).
I'm almost at the point of just doing a complete system reinstall.
Any ideas? I have the same bug, it happens for me too while resuming from sleep or hibernate. It's getting better with time. So give it a few days. An update next week should fix that
If you need additional help or have more questions or details to share, please join the site so you can reply in this thread. See this link for instructions on how to join Windows Central.

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Windows 10 v1607 displays the lock screen image on the sign-in screen too, which is pretty cool in my opinion.
But if you wish to display a plain login screen, Open Start Menu, click on Settings.
Open Personalization settings and select Lock screen from the left panel.
Here you will see Show lock screen background picture on the sign-in screen.
Toggle the button to the Off position.

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Since 10041, Welcome screen during startup has no picture. It's there if you sign off and on, but not on Welcome. Anybody else with this?

Answer:No account picture on welcome screen

I only see the Welcome screen for a split second but the picture is there.

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Since 10041, Welcome screen during startup has no picture. It's there if you sign off and on, but not on Welcome. Anybody else with this?

Answer:No account picture on welcome screen

I only see the Welcome screen for a split second but the picture is there.

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Hey everyone

Not going to explain my entire life on here, just a little question.
I want my laptop to have a nice dark theme to it
I have very sensitive eyes and normal brightness hurts very quickly.
So the only way i was able to nicely darken the screen, was to select one of the high contrast themes that comes preloaded with windows 8

and with a darkish desktop background, i think i did pretty well, I will try to post a picture up here so you can see what im talkng about, but im not sure if it will work

so anyway, i locked out of the computer, and took a look at the lock screen and it is this horrid looking dark blue purplish background, almost made me puke. Then i found out that you can change the background image

but

not for high contrast themes.

is there ANY way around this?
I dont care about the contrast, i just want a darker screen, and the only way i was able to achieve such freedom to change window colors and general colors was by selecting the high contrast theme and fiddling around with it.

I saved it as my own theme but theres no tricking this device, it still counts it as high contrast.

Does anybody know if i have any options around this? I have looked around for similar incidents, but nothing has come up yet.

any input is valued, friends

happy holidays.

Answer:Custom lock screen picture under High Contrast theme

Hello Ernastovich,

You should be able to select and use and image you like for your lock screen.

Lock Screen - Background Image - Change in Windows 8

OR

Lock Screen Background Image - Set Default in Windows 8

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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My T500 got bumped and now when it boots it gets to the Lenovo screen and then goes to a blank screen with a picture of a little computer and a picture of a lock beside it. They are both small and in the upper right corner of the screen. It seems to want a password to get beyond this screen but it doesn't accept the password for the computer or any other option I try. After 3 tries a crude diagram of a white hand comes up and it is locked up. What is this telling me? Is there a word I need to enter to get the machine going again? 

Answer:T500 goes to a White computer Picture and a Lock After the Lenovo Screen

The little computer and the lock seems like a supervisor password to me. Before the T500 got bumped, could you access and change the BIOS settings?

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Hi: i need help to unlock my thinkpad 2681; when i turn the labtop on it looks like is booting, but it goes straight to a lock blue screen with a lock picture on the scren.  I did try everything and it does not let me do anything, like booting up from a cd, or usb, or else.....i need help please, i really will appreciate any....please let me know what can I do to solve this problem. thanks.best 

Answer:blue screen with lock picture on upper left corner

Welcome to the forum!Your machine has either a Supervisor or HD password enabled, possibly both.Remove the hard drive and boot without it. Does the lock still come up?

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I just recently received a new Lenovo computer with Windows 10 already installed onto it. Wanting to personalize it, I went into the Lock Screen Settings and clicked the tab to change it from Windows Spotlight to Picture. However, none of my pictures showed up and it automatically reverted back to Windows Spotlight after exiting out of Settings. When opening a Picture and clicking the Set As Lock Screen tab a box comes up that reads:
Can't Set As Lock Screen
Make sure the file isn't damaged, and try again
Nothing appears to be wrong with the photo file, and to make sure it wasn't just that photo I checked several others, including some of the sample pictures that came pre-installed with Windows 10. The same box popped up for all of them.
How can I fix this?
Any help at all will be welcomed.

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I can't figure why I get the generic gray circle with the person on it on my welcome screen when my computer starts up. My account shows my picture as a gold fish. My computer was set to auto login before I made the switch from windows 8.1 and upgraded to 10 and has been logging in with out my entering password since then just like the way I want it does anyone have any thoughts on the welcome screen thing?

Answer:Account picture does not show on welcome screen

Oh I'm bad its probably because I used that command thing to turn off the password log in.

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I can't figure why I get the generic gray circle with the person on it on my welcome screen when my computer starts up. My account shows my picture as a gold fish. My computer was set to auto login before I made the switch from windows 8.1 and upgraded to 10 and has been logging in with out my entering password since then just like the way I want it does anyone have any thoughts on the welcome screen thing?

Answer:Account picture does not show on welcome screen

Oh I'm bad its probably because I used that command thing to turn off the password log in.

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Hi 7forum!

This is my last resort, so please help me!
I have after a long time searching ended up here on this forum.

What I want to do is simply to remove the picture & frame on my login screen, only the password, my name, switch user should be left on the screen.

To clarify, I don't want to:
Remove the whole login screen.
Remove password protection.
Remove anything else except for that picture and frame.

Thats pretty much it, I would be really thankful if somebody could help me with this because I'm close to changing to linux just to get rid of it .

Thanks in advance!

Tsuun

Answer:One last try, Get rid of User Account picture on login screen.

I'm thinking a transparent .png picture would take care of the profile picture. As for the frame... that's above my pay grade right now

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microsoft lumia 640xl
when picture taken, its not showing in full screen , it appears in the middle of screen.
i want to view the picture taken and saved in full screen
please advise.

Answer:how to see the picture taken in full screen. now the picture is showing middle of screen only

Turn your phone 90 degrees. | to _
So from landscape to portrait or the other way around.

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I have a HTC 8X phone and install a new 8.1. version. One of news of this version:
Tile background on Start screen- Tiles fit together like puzzle pieces to display the full image.
In Transparent tiles maker- I must go in Setting- System- start+theme and change a photo to Start screen. But It's doesn't work .
What can I do wrong?

Answer:How can I change Start screen picture HTC 8X?

Have you read through this?Personalize my Start screen and theme color on Windows Phone | Windows Phone How-to (United States)

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how can i change the start screen picture of win 8 with my own picture?

Answer:change the start screen picture

Hello Muiacir,

The only program I found that does this and works great is Decor8 by Stardock.

It's not free though, but you can try it for free for a while to see if you like it or not before needing to purchase it for $4.99.

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Can anyone please help me change the login screen picture , I have followed the instructions on google and when I click
Find on the OMEBackground no files appear and then I'm stuck, there are no
Instructions that I can find for that???

Answer:Change login screen picture

Step 1: Open the Windows Start menu and enter regedit into the search bar.
Step 2: Right click on HKEYLOCALMACHINE and select Find.
Step 3: Search for OEMBackground, which should be in Computer\HKEYLOCALMACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\Background. If the key does not exist, add a new DWORD value with the name OEMBackground.
Step 4: Double click on the entry OEMBackground, and change the value from 0 to 1.
Step 5: Open Windows Explorer and go to the following path: %windir%\system32\oobe.
Step 6: Create a new folder named info, and open it.
Step 7: Create a new folder within info named backgrounds.
Step 8: Rename your desired wallpaper as backgroundDefault.jpg and place it inside the folder backgrounds (images must be less than 245KB in size).
Now reboot and you should be good :)

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Cannot find how to change/add picture to the
login screen?
Any tips?

Answer:How can I change picture in the login screen

The OP asks for the login screen not the Lock screen. This program has been useful to me. It is much more stable now than it was, and should be able to change the backgournd wallpaper of your logon screen.

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I am trying to figure out how to change my picture on my Windows 8 startup screen. I looked at a few tutorials on how to do it; so far nothing has worked out for me.

Thanks everyone!!!

Answer:How to Change Picture on Startup Screen

Originally Posted by ryguy7272


I am trying to figure out how to change my picture on my Windows 8 startup screen. I looked at a few tutorials on how to do it; so far nothing has worked out for me.

Thanks everyone!!!



Do you mean the lock screen, boot screen, or the start screen?

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My personal account picture shows up when I sign in/out but not at windows startup welcome screen.
FYI, I'm using netplwiz to enable auto-log in. I don't want to reset my Windows 10.

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Hi everybody,

I wish to disable the account picture on my login screen. That is to say, I want a flat-coloured screen, which displays the user/account name and the password line only as I prefer a clean slender design.

I already disabled the login screen background towards a flat-coloured one using the following registry hack:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System]
?DisableLogonBackgroundImage?=dword:00000001

____________________________________________________________________________________________________ _
At this point my message should end, but since I busied myself with this registry topic, I started to wonder how to define not rename) the name of a DWORD/registry key at all:

- How can I know, what is the right wording/coding for a DWORD in order to make it work properly? How do I know, which expression does Windows recognize? Is there any library or handbook?
- How can I know whats the right path/directory, where a DWORD/registry key needs to placed?

I dont expect you to answer the bundle of last questions, since they do not belong to my thread initiation - so it is still just about the account picture.
Nevertheless I would deeply appreciate any buzzwords or hints you may have in mind, that help me to get a bit deeper into the adressed matter, as I am keen to learn and improve.

Many thanks in andvance!!!

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When you first turn on your computer you get the start screen were you type in your password. there is a place for a picture, a large print name and a small print name then the password box. I am loosing my mind trying to change the name there.

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When I open my PC, a wallpaper comes up and then I have to hit ENTER to bring up the password field. When I do that, a little round picture comes up and overlays on the wallpaper. How do I remove or change it?

Thank you.

(iphone photo..sorry it's upside down)

Answer:How do I change or remove picture on start up screen?

think its in personalisation settings?

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When I open my PC, a wallpaper comes up and then I have to hit ENTER to bring up the password field. When I do that, a little round picture comes up and overlays on the wallpaper. How do I remove or change it?

Thank you.

(iphone photo..sorry it's upside down)

Answer:How do I change or remove picture on start up screen?

think its in personalisation settings?

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Hi guys, I've had this problem for around 4-5 monthes but have never really gotten around to looking for a solution. Anyways, here is part 1 of my dilema. Lenovo Settings will not open. In fact, it seems to have disappeared completely, along with several "default" apps, such as Paint and Calculator. However, I am able to see them, yet cannot open them directly. View From the Home Button. Oddly enough, I can still open paint, though I have to do so via right clicking on a picture. Clearly they exist, but whenever I click on them and attempt to open them directly, nothing happens. Another issue I have is that the lock screen is stuck on one picture. I cannot change this picture, instead, when I try to change it, the loading wheel spins indefinately like so. If there is any solution to either of these issues please contact me as soon as you can. As you can imagine it's a little bit annoying having battery saver mode stuck on so I can't charge more than 60% for road trips. EDIT: I should also note that this is a Y50-70 I am using

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I am trying, with no success so far, to change the picture on the Windows Security screen that comes up when I log on to a network location to the same as my User Account picture. Anyone any ideas.

Answer:Change the picture on Windows Security logon on screen

Welcome to the Seven Forums

Can you post a screenshot of what you are trying to change?
And post how you get to that screen also.

I did not have a network to login to but I will try to help you.

Jerry

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In the Past there had been a "like what you see" link on the picture, I cannot find anything on this latest - I wish to get rid of it.

Answer:dislike startup screen shot - how to change picture.

Hi, I've been wondering where 'Like what you see' went on the lock screen.. and it's not obvious how or if it can be restored.
Choosing Spotlight should allow MS to continue to change the image, or by choosing Picture you can select your own folder.
A free App 'Amazing Lock Screen' provides another approach.

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I changed my Gmail Profile Picture it will not change on my Gmail Login Screen what is the fix get back to me please
 

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I'm pretty sure I'm overlooking something really simple, but how do you change the Sign-in/Login Screen picture in Windows 10 Anniversary Update?

This is the sign-in page I get when I boot the PC (it automatically signs in, as I use Bitlocker password instead):


These are the settings I have set in Settings > Personalisation > Lockscreen. I have the Lock Screen set to 'Picture', and 'Show lock screen background picture on sign-in screen' set to 'On', but Windows still uses it's own photo (the beach pic).

Is there another setting I'm overlooking?

Answer:How To Change Sign-in/Login Screen Background Picture In Windows 10

Do you realize that there are two different lock screens? Check out this tutorial as Shawn Brink explains this much better than I can.

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/5...dows-10-a.html

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I'm pretty sure I'm overlooking something really simple, but how do you change the Sign-in/Login Screen picture in Windows 10 Anniversary Update?

This is the sign-in page I get when I boot the PC (it automatically signs in, as I use Bitlocker password instead):


These are the settings I have set in Settings > Personalisation > Lockscreen. I have the Lock Screen set to 'Picture', and 'Show lock screen background picture on sign-in screen' set to 'On', but Windows still uses it's own photo (the beach pic).

Is there another setting I'm overlooking?

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I'm running identical Vista Enterprise computers in a lab environment on a Windows Domain, and am having an issue with the user account picture.  Namely, on the user logon screen, just above the fields for the username and password, there's a giant empty frame where the user account picture should be.
 
I've already replaced the user.bmp and guest.bmp, so that our company logo will show up for users in the start menu after they've logged in, and will show up in the logon window for their user name if they've locked their session, but I'm unable to get the picture to show up on the original logon screen before the user logs in.
 
Some group policies we have include:




Interactive logon: Do not display last user name
  Enabled

Interactive logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL
  Enabled




Always use classic logon
   Enabled
 
So far I haven't found any good info that refers to this problem.  I've only seen two posts on these forums that come close to the problem I'm having, but neither touch on it directly and provide a solution.  They are:
http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=2233417&SiteID=17
http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=964037&SiteID=17
 
Does anyone know if it's even possible to force a user account picture to be displayed on the Vista logon screen when on a domain?  Thanks in advance.
 
Trelf
 
 
 
 

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When I go to the charms bar> Settings> Change PC settings, I can't change the lock screen wallpaper. If I click on browse, this happens below, and it freezes. I've tried the same thing for changing the profile pic, and again it freezes.

Please help?

Answer:Can't change account pic or lock screen wallpaper?

Hello Defski,

You would need to turn off the lock screen slide show since you only have one image. This will stop the error message in your screenshot above.

Lock Screen Slide Show - Turn On or Off in Windows 8.1

Please go ahead and post a screenshot showing what it does when you try to change your user account picture. For now, see if anything in the tutorial below may be able to help.

User Account Picture - Change in Windows 8

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I am aware of a group fix where you can force Windows 8 and Windows 8 Enterprise to change the default lock screen. However, this doesn't seem to be applicable to Windows 8.1. Is there any method to change the guest account lock screen? The default one it is using is painful to look at, and while this isn't a critical problem, it's annoying when I boot up and am confronted with its mass of colors rather than my desired lock screen.

I would like to see this:

Rather than this:
Thanks for any help!

Answer:How to change guest account lock screen in Windows 8.1

https://www.stardock.com/products/decor8/

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Hi there,

In Win-7, as an admin-user, it was easy to change the picture from another user. In Win-8 I'm only able to find where I can change my own picture. Can't I set it anymore for other users?

Cheers.

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I have a new computer.  I just noticed an old picture, which is not in my new computer saved, is STILL showing up as profile picture on emails I send.  I put a new picture up, BUT the old picture is still showing up on emails I forward.  HOW
CAN I DELETE THIS?
I have no pictures saved on my new computer in C drive, public folders.

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Okay first hello and thanks for any info you could provide.

First my screen resolution is 1920x1200

The logon screen is this same resolution, thus the User Account Picture on Logon Screen size looks about 1 inch squared

Is there anyway to change this to make it larger

Note: I'm talking about the User Account Picture not the logon screen

Answer:User Account Picture on Logon Screen size "Windows 7 Ultimate x64"

  
Quote: Originally Posted by ZeroProfile


Okay first hello and thanks for any info you could provide.

First my screen resolution is 1920x1200

The logon screen is this same resolution, thus the User Account Picture on Logon Screen size looks about 1 inch squared

Is there anyway to change this to make it larger

Note: I'm talking about the User Account Picture not the logon screen


If you're the only person that uses that pc, set a password and it will help make your pc more secure, plus you will have a bigger user account picture.

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I have found this BUG in Micrososft Word 2007, that I consider to be a SERIOUS ISSUE for Microsoft Office Suite.


If you copy an image from a website and paste in the Word file, the image pastes successfully the first time,
but as you go on & paste other images from the site,
the first image is repeated over and over again, in place of other images (which have the same dimensions).
All other text data remain same, the image titles remain same, but only the image is repeated over and over

PLZ SOMEONE...
HOW TO FIX THIS PROBLEM?

MY MICROSOFT WORD 2007 Spec:
Microsoft? Office Word 2007 (12.0.4518.1014) MSO (12.0.6514.5000)
Part of Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007

Answer:Microsoft Office Word 2007 picture paste Bug *same picture is repeated

Hi and welcome to SevenForums,
I would not advise pasting images in doc files like that,
I would use ms Paint to paste or save picture as
I would really recommend using the windows snipping tool to get the images that way no bugs are being transferred to the machine or programs,
Then use the Insert image option in word...
It's just a safer way to do an operation,
Cheers.

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Hi all,

Super bizarre.

So I woke up this mornind to login into my PC and see that my profile pic is changed back to the previous one. I have not any changes myself.

skype is linked to microsoft account. (skype had my old picture)

other option is that someone logged into my outlook and chaged profile picture then it got synced...

I cannot find any information on why or how picture would revert. ( even more so on a specific date )

any ideas or leads ?

Answer:login profile picture revert back to previous picture

Hello newbiew, and welcome to Eight Forums.

Since you Microsoft account is synced by default, then it most likely automatically changed back after syncing.

If you wanted to have the same user account picture for all devices, then changing it for everything should help.

If you only wanted to change it on this PC, then you could turn off syncing for Appearance under "Personalization settings" using the tutorial below.

Microsoft Account - Switch to in Windows 8

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I have been infected by "about blank" before and repaired it, this one is annoying me...help!
 

Answer:Solved: Click to see larger picture...about blank pops up with no picture!

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YouTube? Picture in Picture (Beta)



Users of this extension have also used
Watch YouTube? videos in the corner while browsing the site, just like in the mobile apps.
* Videos will continue to play in a picture-in-picture window when you navigate away from the page
* Re-open video page at any time without interruption
* Start videos in a picture-in-picture window with the right click menu

This extension is a proof-of-concept and is still in beta, with a few known bugs. Playlists don't work correctly, and sometimes videos don't load right. If something goes wrong, opening a new video usually fixes things. If not, try opening a new tab.
 

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I'm trying to download a picture from my Samsung S8 to my Xbox 360 it only gives me option for background picture. I want that picture to be my profile picture is there a way to do that from my Samsung S8 on a 360?

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