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ekross

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This is driving me crazy. Sometimes when I reboot, my quick launch icons change. When I highlight, the description is not what the icon is. For instance a program icon may represent email.

Ever since I went dual monitor, I have had weird things happen. My blue tooth mouse will sometimes blacken the screens and the pointer turns into a barbed pointer.

Two different problems-same computer. Has anyone else heard or seen similiar problems?

Your help is greatly appreciated.

ekross :)
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anzenketh

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Hello ekross and welcome to geeks to go.

Could you post some screenshots on what you are taking about I think your quicklaunch bar problem and your mouse pointer problem may be related.

Creating a screenshot is really easy.

Step 1: First press the Print screen key on your keyboard.

Step 2: Now Open up paint.
Click on Start.
Click on All Programs.
Click on Accessories.
Click on Paint.
Step 3: Crop out the important part you want to show.
Using the Select option make a box around what you want to show.
Cut out the area you want to show.
Step 4: Open up a new paint document
Paste the area you want to show in the new paint document.
Resize the canvas to only cover what you want to show.
Step 5: Save.
Click file.
Click Save as.
Click the save as file type and choose Jpeg.
Put the name of the picture in the File Name Box.
Step 6: Post
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