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  1.    30 Jul 2015 #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by derek10 View Post
    It's a screen with greater resolution than a equally-sized common one, in which pixels are smaller (greater DPI) like found in modern phones and tablets. For your OP description, it sounded like that.

    That info lacks the display model "HP 2010" returns lots of things According to that output, you have the graphic drivers already installed (I don't know what is "BB Capture Driver")

    I have this one

    HP Pavilion 2010i Monitor - Product Specifications | HP®*Support
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  2.    30 Jul 2015 #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by derek10 View Post
    It's a HP 2010i monitor? then it's not a high density screen, I suppose you have it set to 1600x900, right?
    Yeah
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  3.    30 Jul 2015 #13
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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit v1709 build 16299.15

    Toya

    Initially, you should set your screen resolution to the computers native value i.e. the manufacturers resolution recommended for your pc. To set your computer to this resolution, right click on an open area of the desktop and you will open a task pane that has several choices. Select the Display Settings with your mouse pointer and the Display Settings Dialog box will open. From this box you can set the pc recommended resolution by clicking on the Advanced Display Settings tab inside the this dialog box.


    The other issue i.e. Large Icons, sounds like an Icon size adjustment issue. Right click on blank area of your desktop, a task pane should open giving you several choices to place the mouse cursor on. You should put the mouse cursor on the word "View" and then another task pane will open giving you the choice of setting the Desktop Icon size to small, medium, or large.

    Hope this helps.

    lopedoggie


    the view
    Last edited by lopedoggie; 30 Jul 2015 at 15:21.
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  4.    30 Jul 2015 #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    Toya,

    If you like, you can see the link below for information about the latest NVIDIA graphics driver for your system.

    https://www.tenforums.com/drivers-har...dows-10-a.html
    Thank you and I think this pretty much shows what the problem is. There is no Windows 10 option for my specific graphics driver I guess it's too old and I'm not one of the cool kids No Windows 10 for me lol.
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  5.    31 Jul 2015 #15
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    I installed the windows 8 update for my graphics card and everything looked good. I also went in and did the scaling someone in here suggested and it made it even better. Windows 10 looks great! Thanks to everyone for your help!
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  6.    31 Jul 2015 #16
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 17046

    Great news. Glad we could help.
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  7.    24 Mar 2017 #17
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    I won't tell you my opinion of Windows 10, if I really expressed my opinion I would never be allowed back. Among myriad other problems, when I boot up the picture is too big - every time! I found that if I switch off the monitor wait a few seconds and switch back on, (monitor only) the picture is the correct size. I suppose that is one advantage of using a desk top rather than a laptop, I wouldn't let Win 10 near my laptop!!
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