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A long story short; My start button is now in the right upper portion of the screen. How can I get it back to the original setting without using the Sysyems Recovery disk. I have SONY-540 system. THAX BUNCHES <_<
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Welcome to the forum Cougar! <_<

You should just be able to drag the taskbar back to the bottom of the screen. With your mouse, click on an empty area of the task bar. Hold your mouse button down, and drag your task bar to the bottom. Let go of your mouse buton.

To prevent your taskbar from moving again, right click on an empty area of the taskbar. From the popup menu, select "Lock the Taskbar".
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