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Screen size How to resize my screen my screen has reduced automatically without fitting to my desktop...its viewed only in the middle now..what should i do?

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  • minishy Apr 02, 2008

    No changing the screen resolution does not fix my problem..

  • alan07 Jul 04, 2008

    my screen has gone to the left how do i get it back to default changing the resolution is not helping

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What the ur screen reslution
u have to do this right click on desktop
go properties>setting > screen resloution>chnge it do 1024by 768 pixes

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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    sandip panchal Apr 02, 2008

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