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There is not much that you have given us to work with here, but what i'm assuming you are describing is a resolution issue.
There are a few different resolutions that a computer will typically have depending on its age and its graphics card.
those are the typically resolutions for a basic system, those with super graphics card can go much higher.
You first off might want to see if you just need to up the settings... you can do this by....
1. right click on any empty space on your desktop and click 'properties' on the menu that pops up.
2. click the tab that says 'settings' and it will bring you your resolutions.
3.bump it up from whatever it is set to (640x480 -> 800x600 or 800x600 -> 1024x768) then click apply.
4. a window might pop up saying it is changing your resolution and asks you if you would like to keep it the new way and it will give you 15 seconds to respond yes or no before it reverts back to the prior settings.
This should fix your problem. otherwise you may need to reinstall your graphics cards via a driver download from the manufacturers website and it should have a self-installing file that will do all of the tough work for you.
If your problem seems to have nothing to do with the possibilities I just gave you please share more details about when the problem occurs, things you have tried to do to fix it that have failed. etc.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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