Display problems after updating windows xp
It is doing the exact same thing, and the drivers are up to date.
Also the sleep mode no longer functions and system is normal in the Admin scan. I have a similar problem in that, at odd times, not necessarily start up, XP realigns all the desktop icons into two collumns on the left side of the screen and loses the Quick launch toolbar.
Question: Help, Windows display setting keeps resetting after startup On startup of my computer the monitor screen displays normalsized icons, then enlarges to gigantic icons. Here are some featured member answers to get you started, butplease read all the advice and suggestions that ourmembers have contributed to this question.
After allprograms are started I right click on the screen and click onproperties. Part 1: WINDOWS DISPLAY PROBLEMS --Submitted by: GEO2003 2: QUESTION ABOUT CORRUPTED DRIVERS AS THE ISSUE --Submitted by: GEO2003 Display keeps resetting after startup --Submitted by: mrskelly simple fix...
This driver may or may not support 32 bit color or the proper resolution for your monitor.
Therefore, while the proper Video driver maybe trying to load, Windows falls back to the Generic driver and possibly causing the display to show you a very low bit color or resolution - Hence the large icons.
The problem is I have to perform this task everytime I restart my computer. Check the following and make sure that you don't have the "large icons" checked.
also for the video files go to for your drivers My system is brand new as in a cpl of days old.
Unable to find an answer, I finally installed a program that remembers my settings so I can restore them.
Sad that the problem was wide spread enough, yet ignored so there had to be a third party application written to correct it.
To solve the problem I delete the game and then I have no problems.
But if I install a new game (usually using a one hour play time) and the same thing happens then it gets deleted too. Forget all the corrupted drivers nonsense - that's not seeing the forest for the trees.
However, if there is non, you can look under support for the manufacturer and I am sure that you would be able to find the right ones (although olders) and re-install them on your computer.