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I arrange and re-size my desktop icons as I would like them. Some right, some left. When I shut the computer down and then re-boot, ALL the icons have reverted to default size and they are ALL on the left side of my monitor. No matter how many times I have tried to re-size and re-arrange them, once I shut the computer off and re-boot, the icons always get re-stacked on the left and re-sized. I have a nVidia GeForce 9800M GS video card in my ASUS GVT 50 laptop. The monitor is a eMachine E182H native resolution 1366x768. I DO NOT use the laptop monitor. This link will show you a "before shut down" and "after re-boot" picture of my monitor. http://s902.beta.photobucket.com/user/davejrum/library/Desktop?#/user/davejrum/library/Desktop?&_suid=135854313542304988941639284731
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Laptops when running in non native resolutions sometimes tend to use a small area, so that the bluring of text is not noticeable. The reason is that laptop text is only sharp in its native resolution, and in your case the possibility is that your native resolution is 1600x1200 (If you can post the exact model or a link with your machine configuration, I can confirm what the native resolution is).
However you can make the icons and text larger, the best way is to and change the font size in windows (display settings) from the normal to large or extra large. This makes all the fonts much larger and easy on the eye, and it also will keep the text large as you are still running it in native solution mode.
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
i have the same problem. repeated cleanings seem to help, when i print large fonts they come out pretty clear, but the smaller the font, the worse the blurring. 600 DPI prints mismatching patterns, but 1200 DPI prints perfectly fine. so i have found that printing on "fine" quality instead of "fast" or "normal" quality improves print quality ALOT. it uses more ink, but i am in business and need to be able to read very fine print!
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
Make sure you uninstalled all previous drivers first. Just to let you know the 8400 gs isnt a gaming graphics card but it is a step up from the absolutely terrible 7200 gs
Posted on May 26, 2009
You would attach the printer to the desktop pc and share it out with Sharing & Security. Once your wireless laptop is connected to same network, you will need to go to Start => Printers and Faxes
Then, click Add Printer, then select Network Printer and hit Next. Hit next again and it will look for any printers on the network. Depending on your os and setup, printer should be in the list. Once it is found, highlight it and press Next > and follow the remaining two prompts, finally hit finish. Reply back if you are having a problem setting it up and I can furthe assist you and/or logon remotely to watch or give a hand. - Dan Maresca Jr
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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