I was hoping someone might just take a look and comment on this for me. I have been 'googling' and browsed this site and can't find anything pertaining to this at all. I have a small (no pun intended) problem with the System Restore function.Here's the lowdown:
On firing up the System Restore window, I click on the option to "Create a restore point" and click 'next.' When the window opens to give your restore point a description, the box to type in is absolutely tiny. If I were to guess the text size I'd say about 1 or 2, i.e. too small to read. Strange thing is, you can still type a name, click create and it will do so - perfectly. What do you guys think?
I've run malware/virus scanners just in case but they come up clean as a whistle. I can't see any dodgy processes running so I really don't think it's a trojan etc. Could it just be a setting in WinXP that I need to adjust to increase the text size or something? Nothing else on my system seems affected. Just as a sidenote: the only thing I have installed recently; since last using Sys Restore; is an upgrade from IE6 to IE8. Could this have interferred with it in some way?
I'd appreciate anyone's input. I'm not unduly worried at the moment as everything looks fine, but you know as well as I that looks can be deceiving! Perhaps there's a nasty I don't know about. Thanks to anyone who takes the time to read this post.
Regards to all,
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