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(Solved) - How to reset all display settings on windows 7

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  • Started 3 years ago by Designing7
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Anonymous
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I installed Windowblinds and I played around with the colors and setting within the program. I paid for it so I need to keep it an won't uninstall it. I just want to know how to set the "default settings" for my PC. I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium with a Nvidia GeForce SE

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demonlord
demonlord
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Launch WindowBlinds and choose the Windows Aero theme then hit Apply. This is the default Windows theme.

Another way is to right-click on the system tray icon of WindowBlinds and choose Unload WindowBlinds.

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Anonymous
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I selected the Aero theme and it works. Thanks for that! Then again, I WANT to use the other themes but when I use features like 'explorer background" it looks great in the program thumbnail but it looks atrocious when I select them. I suspect that my display settings are out of whack. Please help me!

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marks100
marks100
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hi i would create a restore point before you start then you have a safety net just in case:) . some themes use system changing tweaks and modifications

you can get a installer to do it for you( il remember in a min lol)

mark.

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Anonymous
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Hi mark! I sure you remember the name of that installer that I could use. Thanks in advance!

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marks100
marks100
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http://www.thewindowsclub.com/.....mes-easily lol .... any good :)

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marks100
marks100
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to make sure everything is in order first click start .. in the search box type cmd on the icon that appears at the top of your start menu, r/click and select 'run as administrator' in the command box type sfc/ scannow then enter (note the space between c/ s let it finish at the end it should say 'system resource' found no errors :)

mark.

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Anonymous
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Thanks for your answer and thoughtfulness again Mark! You have no idea how "manageable" my computer troubles are with you. Thanks again!

Ally :)

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