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Screen resolution - google

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by baleonspurs, Jan 11, 2011.

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    I have a Sony laptop model # VPCZ1 running windows 7. The computer is running well. A few days ago I went to my Igoogle personal page and found that the screen resolution across the page is varied, in some areas the resolution is correct as set 1600x900, however in other areas of the page the resolution is all over the place - for example1516x945 or 494x86 and more.

    All other websites and programs on the computer are running fine at the correct resolution.

    If I go to my personal Igoogle site on another computer, the resolution is fine, so I do not believe it has anything to do with google. I have tried manipulating google to no avail. I have even created a new page but the problem continues

    I have tried various attempts at restore the computer back to a point before the problem but the problem with resolution continues.

    I have changed the setting for screen resolution in control panel but it doesn't matter what the setting is the problem continues.

    I have googled searched looking for anyone with a similar occurance or a possible virus problem but cannot find any similar problem.

    Any suuggestions
     
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