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How can I change my lock screen/acc pic for Win. 8?

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    How can I change my lock screen/acc pic for Win. 8?


    Hi, I have problem changing both my lock screen and acc. pic. Every time I try to change, the preview pic just keep loading forever without changing the wallpaper/acc.pic. How can I fix this?
    Last edited by Rabi Biah; 02 Dec 2015 at 03:36.

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How can I change my lock screen/acc pic for Win. 8?
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