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Screen view of internet pages

When I search the internet, the site screen comes up and is only a quarter size of the entire monitor screen. I have gone in to the internet options and have changed everything to full screen, also clicked the little boxes at the top left, and still I can not see the full web page without having to scroll up and down

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  • docelder Feb 10, 2008

    I had tried all the things that you suggested except the restore defaults. I did this, now if I use internet explorer it is full screen, but, there is no tool bar to access tools, etc. When I search through Google, the screen comes up cut off (instead of being able to see the entire screen like I can using explore, but the tool bar is there.

    In both cases, now there is no address line.

  • docelder Feb 10, 2008

    I tried internet tools.advanced.restore defausts. THen explorer screen came up fuul size, but no address bar and no tool bar.
    Searched via google and the screen again displayed the site in such a way that I had to scroll to see it (not a complete screen as in explorer - still no address line to modify, but the tool bar came up. F11 did not help, and clicking the three boxes did not help

  • docelder Feb 10, 2008

    i do not understand "down ok way there made" ir new screen hu.......

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Hi,

Go to tools>internet options>go to advance tab>click on restore advanced settings..

Goodluck..
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  • Priya darshan Feb 10, 2008

    And if this doesn't solve your problem you have to do a system restore as Aviorix said..

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It seems you some kind of ad-on might be causing the problem. There are some advanced methods to resolve the issue. However I will suggest you to perfom system restore and pick a date that it was working fine. To perfom system restore go To Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore.
Please post if you need further assistance. Also please include some details such as your IE version and Operating system
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Are u on wide screen then u have to go up and down ok way ther made

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    nick helpap Feb 10, 2008

    your on new screen hu with wide resltions so thats way it looks for all of us to exployer pp fix it ok

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    nick helpap Feb 10, 2008

    ill give u tip tho see 100% down button right clik on it once to 150% zooms in web page to fit your wide screen ok bud thx nick

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    nick helpap Feb 10, 2008

    no u dont wann do system restor lose alot settings then

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Hey there

have you tried reset web settings? or

internet options>advanced>restore defaults? try pushing f11.

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    earl norman llanera Feb 10, 2008

    start>run>control>display>settings...under this tab, try adjusting the resolution to smaller...



    check your monitors physical settings as well ^_^

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    earl norman llanera Feb 10, 2008

    try maximizing the page...thats at the right upper corner..3 boxes are there..respectively...minimze,maximize,close.

    ^_^

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    earl norman llanera Feb 11, 2008

    if you dont see the adress bar, you can click view>toolbars> then check adress bar.

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Hi
Set also the settings of your Display Properties to 1024x640 or higher to achieve the maximum view of a website..

Fixya me on this idea.

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