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I presume you have a Windows 8 operating system.
1. Press [Windows Key] + Q key.
2. Type "airplane" in the Search box,
3. Click the "Settings" (it is found in here)
4. The "Turn Airplane mode on or off" note will be displayed; click it.
5. PC Settings screen with airplane mode slider will be displayed,
6. Slide the Airplane mode slider to off.
If the iPad is frozen and can't be restarted the normal way,press and hold the sleep/wake button and the home button together for at least 10 seconds.The red slider may appear and the screen may dim but don't release the 2 buttons until the apple logo appears.If this doesn't work,you will need to backup and restore the iPad.Upgrade to latest version of iTunes,then connect to computer and select it when it appears under devices.If you haven't done a sync do so now.Click summary tab and then restore.If you haven't done a backup you will be prompted to do so.This will backup all settings on iPad..Next click restore and if you have completed all steps,wait until iPad completes the restore and returns to home screen.
First if you haven't done so, you need to install all the drivers that came with the new video card. when you first install a video card only some bare bones basic drivers are used to access and make the video card function. Those drivers will make the video seem jumpy and have low resolution.
Once that is completed and your computer is restarted, you might need to change your resolution. to do that, here is the easiest way:
Find a spot of your computer desktop without icons and right click. there should be a menu that pops up. In windows xp you need to select the menu item that says properties and click the tabs of the new window you have up until you see resolution. In windows 7 it says screen resoultion. Change the slider bar until you find it right one for you.
If you set it to high not to worry, don't hit anything for 15 seconds after you change it and will revert automatically.
assuming that u r a professional, check the size of virtual memory..try increasing.. unload some unnecessary software.. do a through virus scan using a licensed and updated antivirus (i prefer avg/kaspersky)..
probably ur ram/hdd is faulty or small in size..replace with a standby n see.. also check for defective capacitors on the main/mother board.. reinstall os..
the above often take place with some error message(s)/blue screen.. but
if there's no such displaying, esp if hangs/stops/power off during
installation, it may b caused by the main/mother board or even the
battery.. ..contact ur system admin/vendor....
By "font", do you mean everything is large on the screen, including icons, and menus?
If so, your screen resolution might be set very low.
To increase the resolution (and subsequently decrease the size of everything displayed)...
Windows XP 1.) Right-click on the desktop and choose "properties".
2.)Choose the "Setitngs" tab.
3.)Slide the "Screen Resolution" slider towards "more"(the right) and click "Apply"
4.)Your screen will flicker and test the new resolution. If you like what you see, Click "Ok". If you do not, or your screen remains black, you can wait 15 seconds, and your screen will revert to it's previous resolution.
Windows Vista 1.) Right-click on the desktop and choose "Personalize".
2.)Choose the "Display Settings"
3.)Slide the "Resolution" slider towards "high"(the right) and click "Apply"
4.)Your screen will flicker and test the new resolution. If you like
what you see, Click "Ok". If you do not, or your screen remains black,
you can wait 15 seconds, and your screen will revert to it's previous
You need to adjust the resolution settings of your computer. This information was found on the Dynex website: (http://www.dynexproducts.com/pc-680-23-dynex-32-720p-flat-panel-lcd-hdtv-matte-black.aspxin) in the frequently asked questions section on page 9.
To adjust the resolution on Windows Vista:
1.Click the Windows icon to open the Start menu.
2.Select and click on Control Panel.
3.Click on Appearance and Themes.
5.Click Display Settings.
6.Select Monitor 2.
7.Drag the screen resolution slider to the left to decrease the resolution of your monitor, making text and pictures appear larger or drag the slider to the right to increase the resolution of your monitor, making text and pictures appear smaller.
8.Click Apply to have the new resolution take effect.
9.If the Monitor Settings dialog box appears, look at your display. If you like the new resolution, click Yes. If you do not like the resolution, click No and adjust the resolution using the screen resolution slider.
10.Click OK. If this solution does not work for you .You can copy the above web address and paste it into your address bar. There you will find the support section. You can use the support e-mail to talk to the customer support people about the problem you are having connecting your computer to the television.You can also call the customer support at this telephone number 1-800-305-2204 between the hours of 7am and 12 am CST. Give them the model number of you television and tell about your problem. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
you could try going to "control panel" then personalisation and finally display settings look for the low high resolutions slider and adjust accordingly ( for windows vista) this will adjust you monitor resolution so more items can fit on your screen
for windows xp i think from memory that it is "display settings" in the control panel you need i hope this helps in some way