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I just installed another video card into my computer and now the screen won't allow me to acess the start as the thyme is to large. How can I fix this problem?

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On the monitor, you might be able to adjust the height from the menu or a knob in older screens. You could try right-click in the middle of the desktop, go properties and chaneg the resolution to better suit the monitor. My guess is that you have not got the right driver loaded and therefore the resolution is like 640x480 instead of somewhere up around 1024x768. You can use the "Windows key" on your keyboard, looks like a flag symbol to get at start options.

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Device Manager, an inbuilt utility in Windows, allows you to troubleshoot common driver-related errors. For instance, you may sometimes start experiencing driver related problems after you have updated it. To resolve the issue, you can roll back to a previously installed driver. To do this in Windows 7/Vista, perform the following steps:
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While Windows does provide an interface through which users can fix driver-related errors, the fact is that all driver-related issues cannot be resolved efficiently via Device Manager. Another fact is that resolving driver issues manually is a tedious affair. Also, you need to be proficient with Windows to carry out such a task.
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