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PC does not hold the monitor wide screen setting.

My monitor always starts out with the small screen.  I must go to the top right and click on the middle icon to maximize it.

 

There has to be a default setting to fix this problem????????

 

I have Widows XP and 19 inch View Sonic montor.   This problem

just started about 3 weeks ago.

 

 

wlampl@softcom.net

 

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Do you mean your internet explorer window?  You need to stretch the explorer window to the size you like, then close, it.  IE remembers the size of the last window you closed, and then when you open it, it makes the new window the same size as the last 1.

 

Hope this helps.

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