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Re: Display not centered
There are 6 buttons at the buttom of the monitor.
option 1). press the auto adjust.
option 2). from the right to left: "power","LED","Manu/enter",">"," <" ,"auto adjust"
to adjust the screen:
press manu-button, use <> button to navigate to the 3rd button on the top row.
(4way arrow). press manu again. that is going to get you into the submanu.again use the <> to navigate to H. Postion button.use the <> to mve the screen to the desire postion.
press manu again and select the right button on the button row (exit) and press manu.
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Press the OSD (On Screen Display) button on the monitor.
Use the UP/DOWN and LEFT/RIGHT buttons to navigate through the menu, to get to the "horizontal position" menu.
Press the OSD button to "select" that setting.
Press the LEFT/RIGHT buttons to "move" the image LEFT/RIGHT.
Press the OSD button to "apply" the new location.
Wait a few seconds, and the OSD menu should close itself.
The monitor should have some kind of menu, accessible through the buttons on the side or bottom. In there you can move te display area to the left. If you then get a bar to the right, you should change the monitor resolution to the highest it can display.
If the bar on the left persists, you should check wether the PC-monitor cable is properly insterted. If so, try another cable. If that doesn't help either, try another monitor.
If you are using Xp right click on a blank spot on the desk top select properties,in the display properties you will see settings.There is a option to adjust the screen size,move the bar to the left will increase the size.Under vVsta you will right click on a blank spot on your desktop select personalize,select display settings there you can adjust the bar to the left to adjust your display.Remember to apply the changes before you exit.
what your son did is change the video resolution on your video card.
right click on a blank area of your desktop, this will bring up a popup menu, left click on the word "properties" in the menu. this will bring up your display settings window. click on the "settings" tab. this is where the video resolution and color parameters are set.
under screen resolution, there is a slider. move the slider to the left until the resolution is either 800x600 or 1024x768, then click "apply". this will get you back to a screen resolution that most monitors are happy with. if you had a higher resolution setting before, follow the same process to increase the resolution. also there is an option that allows you to test the resolution setting, and if it doesn't work, returns windows to it's previous setting. i recommend you use that option.