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mcdevito75 here, Most Monitors will angle some what for ease of viewing by simply angleing by hand pressure, secure your monitor at the 3 and 9 O"clock position with your hands and see if this helps. Look at the base and back of your monitor for any levers, or knobs to loosen so you can adjust the angle. Remember you may not be able to angle your monitor and if not, you may have to use a better chair.
Well, it has a maximum of 1024 × 768 @ 60Hz resolution. Double check that you have the correct Hz selected on your computer and that your computer video card supports the higher resolution. If the video card maxs out at 800 then the highest you can get is 800. If all your setting are correct and the video card is capable of using the settings you want then you may need to trade the monitor in or have it repaired. It should be under warranty being only 6 months old.
Most comon problem with monitors are bad caps in the power supply, any good reapair shop should be able to fix them easily, see pictures of failed monitors due to bad caps: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
At least you will have some info so you will not get ripped off by repair shops.
On the ack of the Monitor there should be some screws holding the stand in place. With a screw driver simply undo the screws and pull th monitor away from the stand. This should allow you to place all the pieces back in the box properly.
I have Model X203H & had the same problem. The support CD explained how to adjust the monitor:
Screen position adjustment
To optimize the viewing position, you can adjust the monitor tilt by using
both of your hands to hold the edges of the monitor.
The monitor can be adjusted to 15 degrees up or 5 degrees down.