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1. right click on an open area on ur desktop and just adjust the icons when u hover over the [view] option
2.make sure ur desktop is the only thing visible and give it one click on an open space just to make sure nothing is selected. then hit ctrl+&
at this point to test if it's working. hold ctrl then start to move your mousewheel on your mouse and the icons will start to all magically increase and decrease in size
now option #1 is a bit more easy and its static
while option#2 is a bit more dynamic and you can really make your icons really big or really small. it's up to you.
When you reboot the machine, keep pressing F8. this should give you a menu to boot into safe mode. when in safe mode you should have an option on the charms bar on the right to refresh your pc which will restore it to previous settings without losing your data.
I assume the USB pen is formatted and empty. Place the Pen in a free USB on your laptop and with Explorer select the file/s you want to copy. Highlight the file names and with "My Computer" open drag the files onto the Pen. When you have finished, remove the Pen and place it in the Win7 desktop. Open Explorer on your Desktop and select the files in the Pen. Right hand mouse click on them using the move command and place them on your desktop. When you have finished you can then make folders to move them into on your Win7 Desktop. Hope this explains it for you.
hi... login to safe mode by tapping F8 before u seee the Windows Xp Splash screen... select the option SAFE MODE and wait for a while u ll get the desktop.. then go to USER ACCOUNTS in Control Panel.. and create a new user account... and delete the previous account.. While deleting Make sure to select the option DELETE ONLY ACCOUNT dont select Delete files k... The files from the previous acconut will be saved to the desktop of the new account..
you may have the output set to "dual monitor". when you open a window, it will open first on your default monitor. if you can move your mouse among both the laptop monitor and the other monitor this is what the issue is. without more info, not much can I do to help.