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This is a questions about Google Drive (1Tb in the Cloud, Win7 PC. Basic problem is that files/folders in my PC's Drive Folder are not being uploaded to the Cloud. Solution according to Drive Support is that I have to close and re-start the app on my laptop.This is done by accessing the 3 dots (to get to diagnostic mode) which are normally seen when clicking on the Drive taskbar icon. However, when triggering the Drive window it's too far over to the right on my screen, and the 3 dots can't be seen or accessed.Is there any way of dragging the window to centre screen, or at least, viewing the 3 dots which are off-screen?Thanks.
Current resolution (highest) is 1366 x 768.
If I change to 1280 x 768 - no change to screen.
Am I doing it wrong?
Only two choices (Smaller, 100%, which it is be default) and Medium (125%), but neither make a difference, unfortunately.
OK, but it'll be later today - many thanks.
Richard, coincident with this Q&A session with you, I've just had a 'phone call from Google Drive support in the US. They've informed me that the positioning of the G-Drive window (partly off-screen to the right) is a known issue with Win7, and they've escalated the problem to a higher level in their support team.
We can leave this Q&A open for 24hrs in case they offer a solution and I can come back to you? I will also re-start the PC later today.
In the meantime, thank you for your help.
Richard, good day
Google Tech Support sent me a fairly complex set of procedures regarding DPI visualisation, but before I initiated those, I tried your suggestion of rebooting (when the syncing had stopped), and everything's now fine, with the Drive window fully visible.
Once again, many thanks for your help.