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nutty norm

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Why is there a gap at the top of my web page, i have just got a new computer and the operating system is windows 7 home premium, the setting on my old computer screen was 1024-768 windows XP, MY LCD is a 19 inch square type so i think is is set for a wide screen is there any way i can get back the old setting the guy who set up the new computer put on a DVI Lead i wonder if this makes a difference, nutty norm

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rdave13

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Right click the desktop and select Personalize. In the window that opens select display at bottom left. Select Adjust resolution or Change Display Settings. See what you can set up from there.

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KRONOS the First

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Is it just web pages or rather I E or Firefox or whatever you use or is the desktop smaller than your monitor all the time?

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nutty norm

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Thanks to rdave for answering my question, thanks all concerned, nutty norm

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