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Old 03-12-2008
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Re: image size in IE
[Crossposted to WU NG]

Windows version? Can you tell us how OneCare Family Safety "started to
automatically install"??
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CrystalBallİ sez see this recent thread in Windows Update newsgroup:
http://groups.google.com/group/micro...459736d7f6648c

More specifically:
http://groups.google.com/group/micro...5f11ac3dfcbac7
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Dan B wrote:
> This is odd and I'll explain it as best as possible. IE was working fine
> until Windows live onecare family safety started to automatically install.
> I stopped it mid process and uninstalled it using the MS tool. Since
> then,
> the font in IE has shrunk and most pages open with huge margins to either
> side of the web page itself. DPI is set at the normal 96 (though 120 nor
> any custome number did not resolve this), I can't adjust the fonts, I have
> a 22 ince Dell screen fully set to the factory specs and the pixels are
> set
> at the highest setting (1680 x 1050 I think) which is what the spec calls
> for. I tried to use the backup and restore feature to restore to a date
> prior to the download. That seems to resolve the view but I can't get
> into
> IE as I get a message that says "administrator must set Family Security
> Service before you can brows the web. It seems to be looking to finish
> the
> install of the onecare family safety software but of course it can't find
> the .exe files cause I deleted them. I need help resolving this, any
> ideas? Thanks


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