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Iacer 5520 lapptop screen won't come up to normal size

My screen looks like I have an ipod almost instead of a regular screen and I can not restore the height or width . i tried resolution but that doesn't help my print is so small i need binoculars to read anything well almost

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    thanx 4 your help i would never have found that button..pc man wanted 35.00 to help me.. wow thanx. u r great

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Hi,
You to change the setting of your monitor that is found at the bottom of your monitor some near the power button (of your monitor when you turn on the monitor) it is a push botton where you can change the width, height, etc. not on the resolution or any program found in your computer.
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