I am going to try not to go into too much detail on this - so let me know if you do not understand what my problem is: I ran Norton WinDoctor and had 6 cases of: Invalid Icon: C: Progra~1\PowerQuestDriveImage2002\Rescume\OS2DOS\FloppyME.PIF - the other 5 are all the same except with different Floppy's (ie Floppy95/CA etc) It also stated: The Icon C:\Windows\System\Shell32.DLL canot be used. The Icon file might have been deleted or the DLL is corrupt. Only options Norton WinDoc gave under repair was to "Ignore" or to "manually edit the invalid icon's properties. " I selected Ignore - until I could hopefully get another answer! Now - I have located the 6 "invalid icons" and they are all "shortcuts to MS-DOS program" . Is it safe to "delete" the shortcuts? Would the shortcuts be totally deleted or go to the Recycle Bin? (That way I could restore them if I needed to). I understand that I would then need to go back and clear the Ignore in WinDoctor and then run it again to see if the original problem was cleared by the deletions. Does this sound like a reasonable plan of attack - or is ther something else I could do??? Thanx in advance!