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Half of the monitor screen is showing and the other half is dark it need to recenter monitor screen

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Ok 
the problem you saying is hardware problem the 1st chep way to solve is
...take a display card and put it on motherbord and plug monitor on the new display card 

the 2nd way:
if u still have problem then you need to repare your monitor display ic's 

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

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