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My screen is blown up to the point ist fuzzy like in zoom mode

I was on the internet when it happened and i cant find out why please help!!!

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  • domino136 Dec 02, 2008

    my screen is blown up like it's in zoom mode, virus? Can you help

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Sounds like it could be a virus since you were on the internet. Get a virus scan going if you can and eliminate any threats. Another tip is to change your background if you can and see if that helps

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