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GeekSandy

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Hi:

My computer is definitely acting strange lately. When opening my homepage, it opens in a small screen which I have to maximize. Also, when opening webpages it appears that the page before is bleeding into the new page at the top of the screen. Then it goes away. This is my first time here - new Geek member. Please bear with me and THANK YOU for any advice! :)
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happyrock

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welcome to G2G GeekSandy..
when the windows opens small ..try dragging the edges out to the desired size...then close the window and then reopen it...it should be in the size when you closed it down..

Edited by happyrck, 15 February 2008 - 06:35 PM.

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Thanks SO much happyrck! Will try this. I really appreciate you helping me!!! Have a great weekend! :)
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your welcome...post back and let us know how it goes...
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It worked fine, happyrck! Thanks again for helping me! I really appreciate it! I wish I really was a computer geek! I love my PC! :)
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