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28 inch monitor doesn't let me see my entire desktop

The only resolution it lets me see the start menu is 1088x612, how do I fix this? The highest resolution I can apply is 1920x1200.

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You need to download an updated driver for your video card. Try windows update or go to your video cards website

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The easiest way to fix this is to go into your display settings (right click your desktop and, if XP: Properties->Settings or if Vista/7: Screen Resolution) and drag the slider all the way to the right (XP) or top (Vista/7).

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I just bought a 28 inch viewsonic screen and the only resolution it lets me see my entire desktop is 1088x612. Otherwise it cuts off all four sides and I can't see the start menu... please help!


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Generally, the solution if to upgrade the graphics card, if the graphics in your system isn't easily upgradable, then you may need to upgrade to a system with adequate graphics

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