It seems a rather silly question to ask, but I'm attempting to ask a question on the location of wallpaper files on Windows XP. As always, I've explicitly stated my OS, very specifically spelled out my problem, and have avoided most of the pitfalls I expect a bad question to have.
Its a clear, non argumentative question which has an objective simple answer. It gets rejected for "It does not meet our quality standards. "
I quote the question below (and no, please do not answer it here - I don't want to sneak in my question by stealth. I want to know where I am going wrong as to make it a better question) and wonder... why is it failing the quality standards, and how can I make it better.
I run windows XP and I have a image whose original i can't find that got reset as the wallpaper.I have backups of the system itself - so if i knew where to look, i could find a copy.
I have some idea of the original filename (searching now), and i recall it saves it as a bitmap, but an exact location would be helpful
I tried "where does windows store its wallpaper" and "Location windows stores its wallpaper" as title