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Re: monitor size problem
The problem is in the picture tube of your Monitor. Theres no problem on the hardware of your pc. You can also try to put an outboard video card for you to be sure whats really the problem. If that persit again I suggest you to look for an electronics to fix your monitor. Or if you have lots of money just buy a new monitor for good.
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How to Format an HP Recovery DriveThe HP Recovery Drive is a partition HP puts on its hard drives for use in case the primary partition becomes corrupt or unusable. The recovery partition contains system files and the ability to boot and repair, format and reinstall the operating system if needed. For those who prefer recovery disks or who don't feel the need for the insurance of the HP Recovery drive, it can be formatted by following the steps below.
Instructions1 Open Disk Management by Right Clicking "My Computer" and selecting "Manage." 2 Click on "Storage" and "Disk Management." 3 Find the Recovery Drive partition. There are usually two partitions: the "C: partition" and the "HP_RECOVERY D: partition."
4 Right-click on "HP_RECOVERY D:" and select "Format." 5 Choose the File system and Allocation Unit Size and click "OK." The HP Recovery Drive partition will format and be available for your specified use
Tips & Warnings Be very careful to not format the C: drive by accident.
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Defragment Your Computer: Click start, again, thenclick run. Type,"dfrg.msc" in the text field. Click Defrag to startit.
Perform a disk clean up: Click start in thebottom left corner, then click run. Type,"cleanmgr.exe" in the text field. Press "okay".This can take a while if you have never done it
Make Windows Load Faster: Click Start, and thenRun.Type in 'msconfig' and pressenter. Click on the BOOT.INItab at the top. Over to the right therewill be a box labeled Timeout with 30 in it. Change 30 to 3.
Speed Up Processing Time: Turning off the fancyWindows XP desktop background will noticeably increase the speed of yourcomputer. Using any picture that is nota default option will considerably reduce the system performance. Right Click on yourdesktop. Then click on properties. Click again on Desktoptab and choose any default windows background.
Set Page file size: Go to Start, (Settings),Control Panel, and System. Go to the advanced tab.Click the Settings button under Performance. Now switch to thisadvanced tab, and click on 'Change' under Virtual Memory. You will see the'Initial Size (MB)' and the Maximum Size (MB)'. Change 'Initial Size' to thesame value as 'Maximum Size. Click on Ok then Apply and then ok twice.
Assuming that you are watching video in a web browser, there are several possibilities. A lot of video on the web uses Flash Player for rendering, so make sure you are using the latest version which fixes security issues and performance problems. You may also want to clear your Flash cache as well as your web browser's cache files, especially if you are seeing a lot of hard disk activity when this is happening. You may also want to consider cleaning out all of the Windows temp files and directories as well as defragmenting your hard disk.
On a low-bandwidth connection, you may also encounter issues related to buffering. If the player allows changing the size of the buffer, you may want to enlarge it. It will cause the media stream to pull more content before it tries to play it and when there is an interruption in the stream, it has more time to pull more data before the buffer completely empties.
You should also use Task Manager to see how much of your total RAM is being used and page file usage. If you are using a lot of RAM and the system is paging, it will slow down everything but the most obvious ends up being choppy or distorted multimedia playback. If either of these are the case, you may want to add more RAM or reduce the number of currently running processes. Background process can consume a lot of memory or CPU cycles that interfere with your foreground process.
This logo appears when the Microsoft OS installed on your computer has not been properly activated with a product key. This prevents Microsoft XP and Vista from installing Windows Updates like security patches and upgrades to Windows software.
If you think you have a valid copy of XP or Vista installed, call Microsoft tech support. Be prepared to provide the license key. If you PC was purchased as a package deal with XP or Vista installed, the key will be on a sticker on the side or back of your PC. If you XP or Vista was installed after purchase, the license key is stickered to the packaging the OS came in.
Try clicking on the icons Holding on to the button & drag it to the left hand side.A more easy method is to right click anywhere on the desktop,click on Arrange Icons By Name,Size,Type & modified.Choose any one of the four options.Hope this helps