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Can not get a full screen lack 1 quarter inch on both side of the screen

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  • Alfonso Gonzalez Jr May 11, 2010

    Is your monitor a CRT or an LCD monitor? What brand is your monitor? And what resolution do you have the monitor in?


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If you have an lcd monitor, depending on the model, there should be an auto adjust function which automatically fills up the screen. If it doesn't, follow the CRT instructions below.

If you have a CRT monitor however, if you want the monitor to fill up the screen, depending on your monitor, there should be a menu button on the monitor. Press it and a menu will pop up. Look for the function which stretches the monitor and all that stuff and adjust the size vertically and horizontally.

If for example: one side is full but the other isn't, change the position of the image until the image is centered for that function eg. vertical. Do the same for Horizontal. Then resize the screen once more and you should get it to full screen. Hopefully this helps you.


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Just right click right in desktop and choice properties then setting and adjust the screen resolustion

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