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Computer monitor image curves at sides.

When on the desktop the image looks fine but when I load a game or another program that takes up the screen the image seems to curve into the sides like playing on a cylinder. been through most of the settings in the menus but nothing seems to work...   thanx for the help!

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  • mike kyle
    mike kyle Sep 05, 2008

    its a newer Emachine and theres no plugin cards its all the way i bought it. and its not only the games (ive tried a few) its any program that takes the screen off of the desktop (music editing software, games, movies, etc)

  • mike kyle
    mike kyle Sep 05, 2008

    Driver version 5.1.2001.0



  • mike kyle
    mike kyle Sep 06, 2008

    first off i have to apologize the monitor is an emachine, the computer itself is an IBM  the driver i got was from the device manager for the monitor. i cant seem to find the model of the tower itself.

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    a couple of things you can try. ensure you have the correct driver for your video... chances are it has a video accelerator on the board. often the driver offered is not the newest (as i've experienced with my compaq). go into device manager and see what device is used for video. right click on it and then properties.... select driver from the tabs.... write down the version driver it is using. oh and the type of video accelerator it uses.



    I'll look up the driver when i have a moment.



    Robert

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    what is the computer brand and model.... and are you using an add on video card ?



    Robert



    Oh and what is the game as well ?



  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    two things i need... what is that driver for ....and what model number emachine do you have so i can look it up.



    Robert

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