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Sreen size

AS of today when I boot up I get a screen that doesn't quite fit on my monitor. How do I fix that? I have a Dell with Windows Vista.

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Did you try system restore to yesterday?

Perfect time to try that.

Remember that if you have Norton, follow their notes on how to allow this.
Bob

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screen size

If I use system restore and I get the screen size fixed, can I then reinstall the updates? Should I do them one at a time to see which one ,if any caused the problem?

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That seems to be a clue

that was missing from your top post.

What updates? By all means install the updates again if you are happy they are genuine. If it fails again, repwat the process but try your suggested method of 'one at a time'.

Mark

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