Re: Vista display issue
Thanks for the reply.
Your suggestion does allow me to move the window.
But my problem is with the contents of the window.
I can't see the entire contents of the window.
If I bring up the display settings window.
I can only see a "part" of a button in the lower left corner of the window.
(Right below the something tha tread "Colors". I can't see that button in
its entirety either.)
Make sense ?
Ray in Wisconsin
> Right click on the Window in the task bar and select move so that you can
> move the window up or down and then move it using the bar at the top of the
> "Edok" <Edok@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Happy Friday everyone,
> > I am running Vista Enterprise 32-bit with Sp1 applied to it.
> > The problem I am about to describe was with me brfore I applied Sp1.
> > There are several dialog windows that have data within them that I cannot
> > see.
> > IE:
> > If I go to the "DPI Scaling" dialog, the window has a partial button
> > visiable in the lower right corner.
> > There isn't a scroll bar or anything that will allow me to move around
> > witin
> > the window to read all of the text or see all of the buttons.
> > Another example was a licensing dialog that appeard when I was trying to
> > apply Sp1.
> > The dialog windows appreared, but I couldn't see the "ok" box with the
> > dialog.
> > (I had to tab to it. I knew it was there because I saw it on another
> > Vista
> > box that dosen't have my problem.)
> > I don't know what happened, but I'm trying to get it set back so that I
> > can
> > see everyting inside of every dialog window.
> > Make sense ?
> > Any idea what I have to do ?
> > Thanks in advance for all responses.
> > Ray in Wisconsin