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Re: Desktop problems everthing is ZOOMED
What version of Windows are you using? Try right-clicking on a blank spot of the desktop, choosing Properties, as if you're going to change the monitor's colors,etc. Do a complete reset of the resolutin, the colors, screen saver and power, and all aspects in that area, to ensure that when he closed it, he didn't dump the whole setup for your display settngs.
Just remeber he did this by accident, and treat him with kindness, before you kick the living stuffing out of him <g>.
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To verify that the phone have Java installed already there should be a Java icon in the desktop. If there is any, then go to file manager and memory card, search for the saved games that was already installed in the phone and tap it, in a new pop up window you should be able to see "Install" tap it and after that just follow the instructions. Once the game is installed, tap the Java icon in the desktop to open the installed games. If there's no Java icon then it means that your phone have no Java in it.
usually when you first install it, it gives you the option to create a shortcut option to be made on your computer desktop but that's the shortest way to go into playing the game-it still has to load regardless just due to the fact that certain games (such as the Sims) require a great deal more memory and RAM (Random Access Memory) than other games.
If it's what I think it is, it's a very common occurrence. Don't worry about it, first of all.
All you need to do is right-click on your desktop and go to your display settings. Then change the pixels x pixels to a higher setting. Then click apply. Accept those settings and it should be better.
To explain, when you play a game, it is shown in a certain resolution. But the game changes your computer's resolution so that the game will display correctly. Sometimes, it doesn't change back. It's not a bad thing, but it IS a little inconvenient.
I would NOT recomment upgrading anything other than RAM and Hard drives on a laptop. It's very expensive, and can't always be done. If you want a gaming computer I'd recommend a desktop computer, as you will get a lot more "umph" for a lot less buck.
Same goes for upgrades. It's easy and fairly cheap (unless you want to have the absolute top knotch parts all the time) with a desktop because so many can use the same parts. Lots of laptops have "their own kind" of parts, which makes them expensive.
Keep the laptop for portability whenever you need your computer with you.