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Doug Briggs

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I was doing maintenance a couple of days ago. We had to go out so I quit the program before it was done and shut the computer down. When I start the machine now my Display Properties settings are on less I increase them to 1028 by 768 and apply but when I restart the machine it is back to less. They tell me I have to pay Microsoft $50.00 for software to fixit. I have tried Restore but that wont work.

Any suggestions would be appreciated
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Make sure you select APPLY to apply the new settings. Otherwise, it will just be at it's previous state after rebooting. :tazz:
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Make sure you select APPLY to apply the new settings. Otherwise, it will just be at it's previous state after rebooting. :tazz:

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I do click apply.
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Please go here to find out if you have any malware on your system causing this! :tazz:
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