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Ok, with the Auto adjust, but have you actually tried the buttons that actually manually adjust the screen, size, placement, width, height etc, This will allow you complete control over all aspects of your monitor. You usually select, menu, then step through with one button, and change up, down, side to side, with the left & right buttons.
There should be a way to go into the screen settings on the set (either from the remote or on the bottom of the screen). From that menu you can adjust the size of the screen, stretch it, align it, etc.
Your new monitor will show a "native resolution". In the instructions below, try that setting first. If that fails try other settings.
- Right-click on an empty spot on your desktop - Chose "Properties" on the menu that appears - Click the "Settings" tab (at the top right) - Move the "screen resolution" slider to a different number - Click "apply" - See how you like it - Repeat until you get a setting you like.