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The image on the screen has shifted down slightly and to the right approximately 1/4 of the entire screen (about 3"). I've tried to adjust the settings using the controls on the bottom of the monitor, but have been unsuccessful. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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Right click to your desktop and go to graphics option.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

  • Melbert Daiz
    Melbert Daiz Dec 17, 2008

    right click your desktop and go to graphic options. and also check your display properties you might set it with the different resolution to your monitor.

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