Model Name: MacBook Processor Name: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor Speed: 2 GHz L2 Cache: 3 MB Memory: 2 GB Bus Speed: 1.07 GHz So while organizing my MacBook today, I randomly changed my desktop picture to a wallpaper I made on Photoshop. Shortly after, I deleted the wallpaper file (I disliked what I saw) and continued organizing. When I finished, I closed all my windows and saw... a white desktop. Okay, this is happening because the computer can't locate the deleted file, I figured. So I went to another image and set it as my desktop picture. When I came back to look, it was still white! Here is what it looks now (Dock not shown because hiding is turned on): Every time I try to change the wallpaper, nothing happens except for the menu bar reflecting the chosen wallpaper: A few other points: So far I've only tried logging off/in and restarting. The last thing I remember doing is emptying my trash bin. Before that I was making changes to my login items. For some reason, it looks like a white screen is covering the wallpaper, because whenever I restarted, the wallpaper WOULD SHOW, then it would go blank... I'm not very tech savvy, and this is my first Mac, so I didn't want to make things worse by randomly clicking around. Please help? Any and all will be sincerely appreciated.