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What settings changed on your screen? The icons got bigger or smaller? If so Click Start/Control Panel and look for Display or Appearance and Personalization. Open the display and click the Settings Tab to change the Resolution. The higher the resolution, the smaller the icons. The lower the resolution, the larger the icons.
If that is not what you are looking for you can always run System Restore to go to a Restore Point (date and Time) before you made the Adobe change. System Restore does not delete your data. In Windows XP and Vista click Start/Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore and select a restore point that was before you started having problems. There should be an option to see more restore points than the one that is shown.
In Windows 7 Click Start then in the search box type System Restore.
Again, System Restore does not delete your data, documents, music, pictures, videos or programs (unless the program was installed after the restore point you selected).
System Recovery on the other hand deletes everything and sets your system back to when you first purchased it.
Screen resolutions are a part of the display. Click Start/Control Panel/Display When the display window opens click the Settings tab. Look down near the center of the window and you will see the resolutions bar that you can slide our use you mouse pointer to make it change.
If it fails to change and you know when you started having this problem try clicking Start/All Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore. When System Restore comes up try restoring to a date and time before you started having this issue. Don't worry, System Restore does not delete any data, documents, music, pictures or videos. On the other hand System Recovery deletes everything and sets your system back to like it was when you first purchased it.
You can try two things.
First: System Restore
- System restore will restore your computer on an earlier date/time. you can restore your computer the time before you accidentally delete your webcam. to go to System Restore
Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore. (then Select a date/time that the driver is still installed)
Second: Downloading the driver from Manufacturer's Website
-you can try to search for your webcams website and look for the download page.
Did you make the Recovery disks? If so, you can use them to do the recovery. If you did not make the Recovery disks you can get a set from Acer but they will charge you for them, however the cost is minimal covering a small charge for the disks and shipping.
Download the following file recovery program and try it to get back what you've deleted.
Or use your "restore" feature.Click -Start-All Programs-Accessories-System Tools-System Restore.After opening Restore-Click-Restore to an earlier time.There will be a calender,pick a time BEFORE the deleted file was lost and restore your computer so the file will be back.
Try a system restore back to a time before you deleted it? Press F8 at Bootup choose Safe Mode, when asked if you wish to go to Safe Mode Desktop or perform a System Restore, choose System Restore, when it comes up, choose a date prior to it mucking up, and follow instructions. Should be all back up in no time.
if you have created recovery disk before the deleting of the recovery partition u can format the drive from your bios and create a new recovery partition using the recovery disk if not if your pc has crashed and your recovery partition is gone u will have to get a new operating system software but if your pc is still stable just run the recovery manager and restore to factory settings and it will put recover partition back on your hard disk