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Software does not display correctly
Posted by Brent Hather on 19 September 2014 12:28 AM

If your DPI is set to 120dpi or 125% (often used by individuals that have trouble with their eyesight), some windows may not display correctly. Changing your DPI setting to 96 or 100% should correct the problem.

How to change your DPI

For Windows 7:

  • Right-click your desktop and go to Personalize.
  • On the left of the new window click "Display"
  • Change settings to "Smaller (100%)"
  • Click "Apply" and then restart your computer

For Vista:

  • Right-click your desktop and go to Personalize.
  • On the left of the new window go to Adjust font size (DPI).
  • Select "Default (96 DPS)".
  • Click "OK" twice and restart your computer.

For XP:

  • Right-click your desktop and go to Properties.
  • Then go to the Settings tab on the upper right, click the Advanced button, and then the General tab.
  • Change the DPI setting to "Normal (96 DPI)" and select "OK".
  • Restart your computer.
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