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<p>Hi so, when i start up my computer the display is stuck zoomed in. However, now even if I restart it many times the display is remaining zoomed in. Consider, I have tried zooming in and out once on the desktop but this does not fix anything as this is not the problem.</p>
<p>The display is zoomed in from the very first screen that is displayed, the HP sceen for context. I have also tried the following, going through display adapters and uninstalling device. But this did not work for me. Also I have tried leaving the pc turned off for periods of time before starting it up again, as well as unplugging it and switching it off at the socket before starting up but once again this did not work.</p>
<p>I should also mention that this started happening after the pc was left on for awhile or when the power cut out unexpecantly a few times, not sure if this is a contributing factor. Also the pc is new as of december Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Plus, the problem of the zoomed in display is there as soon as my pc starts up before i even reach the log in screen. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member.</p>
<p>This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. WilliamDz Independent Advisor. Hi and thanks for reaching out. My name is William.</p>
<p>I’ll be happy to help you out today. Sounds like your scaling settings are set too large. To adjust, hold down the Ctrl key while scrolling backward. Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. In reply to WilliamDz’s post on October 22, Hi there! If you are seeing during post to the initial Windows logo before you get to the logon screen, then your monitor may have physical controls that require adjusting, e.</p>
<p>Manipulate the physical controls on the monitor access the menu settings. What type of monitor? What type of connection is being used? Can you switch to a different cable type, e. Ive tried this also but it doesnt fix the display. Also, the opening screen on the monitor before it is even connected to the turned on pc is normal and not zoomed in.</p>
<p>Its a Lenovo monitor, right now it is only connected to the pc by one cable there arent any others I could switch out to. You can even use a TV display. I cant right now, but i will try this. This site in other languages x.</p>
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my screen is zoomed in and i dont know how to zoom out. – Microsoft Community.Change the size of text in Windows
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Simply restart the computer. If this doesn’t work, try doing the following: Type in Resolution in the Start Menu and select “Make text or other items larger or smaller”. Choose % if it isn’t already chosen. If this doesn’t help, type Resolution again and click “Adjust screen resolution”. Now, choose the reccomended size. Click &ldquo;Use keyboard shortcuts to zoom,&rdquo; then start zooming by pressing COMMAND + OPTION + 8. To zoom in, press COMMAND + OPTION + &ldquo;=&rdquo; (equal sign), or zoom out by pressing COMMAND + OPTION + &ldquo;-&rdquo; (minus sign). To turn zooming off, press COMMAND + OPTION + 8 again. You can also use the trackpad to zoom the screen. Oct 07,  · If you want to zoom out, press the minus key while holding down the “Control” key. Continue to zoom in or out until you reach your desired view. Each time you press one of the plus or minus buttons, the level of zoom increases or decreases. For example, pressing the minus key once zooms your screen out to 90%, and pressing it again zooms out to 80%.
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