|Tell us the make and model of your brand name system, or if you have a generic desktop system, the make and model of your motherboard. |
The model of a brand name system is usually on a label on the outside of the case,
or if it's a Dell system, go here to find your Service tag number, tell us what it is:
The model of a mboard in a a generic desktop system is usually printed in obvious larger characters on the surface of the mboard, often between the slots, or near the center of the mboard.
Some computers show a screen with the model number on it while booting the computer.
Most malware these days is NOT a virus, it's something else
You probably didn't need to re-install Windows to get rid of whatever it was.
Installing the operating system from scratch, or re-installing the original software installation of a brand name system computer, is a VERY (to put it politely) short sighted thing to do if you don't actually need to do it.
RIGHT click on a blank part of your main desktop screen - Properties - Settings
What does it say there ?
What monitor on what video adapter ?
Adjust the Resolution there, if you can, to higher numbers, to make the icons smaller..
If this is a desktop computer......
- tell us the model of your monitor - that's usually on a label on the back of the monitor.
- if the image on the screen is still too far over, use the controls on the monitor itself to move it to the right position, and make it the right size if it's also not the right size..
If this is a laptop or netbook computer, you MUST install the video (graphics) adapter software ("drivers") for your speciific model. The drivers for your built in display (moniitor) are embedded in that software. l