I just loaded Sim City 4 on my desktop. When it starts up, the screen is split. The margins are not aligned. In other words there is a large black space almost in the middle of the computer, and the game has wrapped itself around so part of it is on the left side and the continuing section is on the right side of the screen.
I tried deleting and reloading and it does the same thing :(
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How to Format an HP Recovery DriveThe HP Recovery Drive is a partition HP puts on its hard drives for use in case the primary partition becomes corrupt or unusable. The recovery partition contains system files and the ability to boot and repair, format and reinstall the operating system if needed. For those who prefer recovery disks or who don't feel the need for the insurance of the HP Recovery drive, it can be formatted by following the steps below.
Instructions1 Open Disk Management by Right Clicking "My Computer" and selecting "Manage." 2 Click on "Storage" and "Disk Management." 3 Find the Recovery Drive partition. There are usually two partitions: the "C: partition" and the "HP_RECOVERY D: partition."
4 Right-click on "HP_RECOVERY D:" and select "Format." 5 Choose the File system and Allocation Unit Size and click "OK." The HP Recovery Drive partition will format and be available for your specified use
Tips & Warnings Be very careful to not format the C: drive by accident.
if you really are asking for the parts of MS word 2003,i bet this should help and really there are more than 4 parts 1. The Title bar gives the name of the document and the
program being used
2. On the right side of the Title bar are
three buttons. a. The Minimize button makes the window disappear
from the screen without closing the program. You can bring the
window back by clicking on its button on the Task bar at the bottom
of the screen. b. The Reduce/Maximize button makes the window
smaller or takes it back to full size. c. The Close button closes
the document or program.
3. The Menu bar offers dropdown menus
for things you do in Microsoft Word.
4. The Toolbars display
icons that perform specific tasks when clicked. Often the toolbar icon
performs the task without offering any options.
5. The Rulers
display the tabs, indents, margins and give the user a visual guide for
alignment. a. Tabs are set on the ruler by clicking the spot on the
ruler where you want to the tab to start. Different Tab settings
can be used to align text, decimals and indents. b. Indents and
margins can be set with the handles.
6. The Document display
window is where the current document is visible.
7. The Scroll
bars allow the user to move up and down the document in the window.
8. The Status bar shows the location of the cursor, number of pages and
includes advanced toolbar options.
9. The Task bar displays
buttons for Open programs or documents.
I am not sure what exactly you mean when you say "Standby screen", if you mean the screen saver, then go to >display settings, > Screen Saver > then click Preview and while the preview is running, press "Print Screen" key on the keyboard, the image will be copied onto the clipboard, now close the display settings and paste it into the word document/paint.
We call this as "Screen Shot", you can also do the same with the desktop, suppose when you want to capture the image of your desktop, just press "print screen" key on the keyboard and paste it into the paint or other photo editing software and save it. Anything that you can see on the desktop/display of your monitor while the computer is running can be captured in the same way.
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Hmm is there an error displayed or does it just boot like that? I would go into safe mode, by pressing F8 mutiple times at startup loading screen. In order for me to help you with the problem i need to know more about your computer. Go to START, then RUN. Type in "dxdiag". Save all that info to desktop then open with notebad or Word or something. Then copy and paste it on here.