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I MADE MY WINDOWS TOO BIG BY USING 125% FONTS, I THINK.
NOW NONE OF THE WINDOWS HAVE BOTTOM BORDERS AND NONE OF THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT ARE ABOVE THE BOTTOM BORDERS.
HOW CAN I GET THESE WINDOWS BACK TO THEIR ORIGINAL SIZE WITHOUT BEING ABLE TO SEE THE INSTRUCTIONS?
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by:frankford
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I DON'T UNDERSTAND YOUR POINT SYSTEM.  CAN YOU EXPLAIN>
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dankh earned 150 total points
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Frank,

   When you boot up your computer and see the "Starting Windows" line, hit F8.  This will take you to another menu where you will select Safe Mood.  While in safe mood, you can change your video to their defaults.  

   If you like a given answer, then you reward the points to the individual that submitted the working answer/comment.  It is straightforward.
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by:istal112898
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Remove the Video card, and then reinstall the video drivers, from safe mode. that also, works.
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MANY THANKS
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