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Benq monitor half the monitor has become blue, the tool bar with start is now half way up the page and the icons are vertical down the page instead ofof across can you help with this ?

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Hey...Kathyrne,

It's seems your graphic card is defective. Try another monitor, if it still has the same problems... Then replaced a new graphic card. If it not, make sure all the cables are seccured tight or changed a new cables. Have fun!

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