Graphics display changed spontaneously

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CharlesAHI

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Hi. When I turned my computer on this morning, all pages of the display were about 25% larger than before. The graphics are also a bit out of focus. Can anyone please tell me how to fix this? Thanks.
 

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you do not say what graphics you have ??

which ever it is usually there is an icon bottom right or right click desktop and you should see something like ati ccc or nvidia control panel or graphics options , use this to reset your display

or

right click desktop ..screen resolution


or

right click desktop personalise display etc etc
 

CharlesAHI

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Hi Daz1,
Thanks for your reply to my post about my display. It was fine until I turned on my computer this morning. None of the settings you mentioned had been changed. I would like to be able to reset to default settings.
Thanks,
Charlie
 

CharlesAHI

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Thanks Shadow,
Windows 7
Dell Inspiron 546
AMD Athlon II X2 240, 2.8 GHz
RAM = 2 GB

My desktop background remains normal, but all windows and desktop icons suddenly became about 25% larger when I started my computer yesterday morning. I had not changed any parameters. EAch window and its contents is now larger. I had to drag in the sides to have the windows fit the screen with some margin around them.

Have a good day,
Charlie
 

CharlesAHI

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Thanks Blakcshadow. This doesn't solve my problem. It is not a matter of type size, but rather a case of entire windows as well as their contents that are enlarged. No parameters were changed by me. It just happened by itself.
 
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