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Windows 98 screen size and color distribution trouble


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I need help dudes! I have NO CLUE what to do. A couple days ago the internet pages were loading slowly, so I checked out a website and did five things it said that would make windows 98 faster and easier to use... and it did at first. Then, a popup asked to restart now or later. I clicked now, and when it came back everything was huge and the color sucked! Now my screen size woun't change without restarting, and when I restart, nothing's changed. The same with the color. All the internet pages are flashing on and off when I go to a new page. Please help me! My mom's tweaking out about this and it got me grounded... I need answeres ASAP :) I was already grounded for getting suspended for 5 days xD lolz long story.. but forreal i need some help here I don't know anything about computers!
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If you claim, you don't know about computers, why....

I checked out a website and did five things it said that would make windows 98 faster and easier to use... and it did at first

What web site was it?
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check the device manager to see if there are any drivers that were uninstalled, like the graphics card driver. You should see a red X next to that or a huge question mark. If it's an X, then just double-click and pres enable. if it's the question mark, see if Windows will detect what it is (doubleclick and go to driver, then click on update driver and allow windows to do it automatically). If this fails, you need to go online and find the correct drivers for that device. Then, it should work better.

Edited by mediate, 09 May 2009 - 10:59 AM.

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