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After a virus attack last week i had to reinstall windows xp and most other applications onto my machine and whilst I have got everything up and running all the displays are about 2/3 times what they were previously to the extent that I cannot get a full web page on the screen and have to navigate around. I suspect the problem may be in that I originally set my system up on a standard monitor then went onto a tv as a sustitute monitor. On reinstalling the system I awas on the tv monitor which is a 32" model and maybe this has thrown the computer into oversizing everything. I have tries most things available in the control panel and setting but no success.