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Screen size how do I fix my screen if there is the area aournd the perimeter blacked out?

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Try adjusting the resolution in the display properties. Adjust it to a lower setting, apply it, then adjust it back, and apply. This generally fixes it if it's a software glitch. If it doesn't, get back to me and we'll try something else.

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