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cristiano_7_manu

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i was infected with a trojan, about a month ago i got rid of it but my display properties are messed up. my background used to be a blue one with "u hav been infected by a trojan" i managed to change that. heres a picture of my current background and display properties.

http://img46.echo.cx...=display6at.png
as you notice the wallpaper doesnt fit the full page

heres what an normal display properties should look like
http://www.microsoft...98/image054.jpg

can someone please help me :tazz:
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Redwontdo

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i was infected with a trojan, about a month ago i got rid of it but my display properties are messed up. my background used to be a blue one with "u hav been infected by a trojan" i managed to change that. heres a picture of my current background and display properties.

http://img46.echo.cx...=display6at.png
as you notice the wallpaper doesnt fit the full page

heres what an normal display properties should look like
http://www.microsoft...98/image054.jpg

can someone please help me :tazz:

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Do you have the "stretch" option in your display properties?

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gerryf

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how did you remove the old wallpaper that said you were infected?

I suspect that you have a lingering registry setting here....
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