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Hmmm..it's not that simple, actually. There needs to be such a capability on a installed card, or on motherboard first. Check with the online resources, and then if it's possible, then you can proceed. Got Backup?
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
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Restart your computer Sometimes, a simple restart can bring back the scroll bar to its original form.
Right-click anywhere on your desktop. Click on "Properties" if you are using Windows XP. Select "Personalize" if you use Windows Vista or Windows 7 and click on "Windows Color and Appearance." Then click on "Open classic appearance properties for more color options."
Click on the "Advanced" button.
Click on the "Item" drop-down menu. Select "Scroll bar."
Change the width by entering "17" under the "Size" category. 17 is the default scroll bar width for Windows operating system
Click on "OK" and select "Apply" to end task.
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