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Vista Magnifier My laptop just all of a sudden shut down with no warning, and when I turned it back on everything was magnified. I went to the Ease of Access option, checked the magnifying option, and it was turned off. Turning it on just made the already magnified screen worse. How do I get my computer back to normal?

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  • llewe Jan 22, 2009

    laptop crashed on turning on using normal action i was then locked into ease of acces with on screen keyboad an voice recognition.HELP cant get out

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    idiot if u don know abt things don advise for further confusions.

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Best way to fix it is using "Last Know Good Configuration" option in advance boot menu by pressing F8 during the boot. If "Last Known Good Configuration" doesn't resolve the issue, You may you use System Restore option to earlier date that can be prior to the issue.
Please post if you need further assistance.

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Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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