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Old 03-12-2008
DONNA
 

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Can someone please tell me why my computer screen, icons and all websites are
changed to very small print after my computer does a Windows update??? The
only way I can seem to fix the problem is to do a System Restore but then I
lose the updates! How can I stop this from happeneing? Thanks
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Old 03-12-2008
TaurArian
 

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RE: RESIZING
Change the resolution. Adjust your hardware (monitor).

Perhaps something in this thread relevant:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/e...1-c7e53db66c78

Read right through it to see if there's anything to help, one poster
contacted Dell and received some support.

Did you update a video card driver or something like that?

Have you considered telling us a little bit more information so we don't
have to guess, like perhaps, why not state what your operating system is,
what updates you actually installed etc.

Otherwise, I dunno the answer to your question because I have insufficient
information.



"DONNA" wrote:

> Can someone please tell me why my computer screen, icons and all websites are
> changed to very small print after my computer does a Windows update??? The
> only way I can seem to fix the problem is to do a System Restore but then I
> lose the updates! How can I stop this from happeneing? Thanks

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Old 03-17-2008
franci
 

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RE: RESIZING
Did you find an answer? Mine is doing the same thing!
Franci

"DONNA" wrote:

> Can someone please tell me why my computer screen, icons and all websites are
> changed to very small print after my computer does a Windows update??? The
> only way I can seem to fix the problem is to do a System Restore but then I
> lose the updates! How can I stop this from happeneing? Thanks

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