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You can resolve this by checking your computers resolution. How you do this depends on the operating system (ie. XP, vista, Windows 7). In windows XP, click start-->control panel--> display...then under the settings tab you should see a resolution slider. Change that setting to your desired preference. If you are using windows 7 or vista, you can right click on a blank space on your desktop and click "Screen Resolution" . If screen resolution does not exist, just click on "Personalize" and change the resolution settings from there.
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Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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