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THE DISPLAY WRAPS OFF THE EDGES OF THE SCREEN AN I CANNOT ACCESS THE VERTICAL SHIFT

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Right click on desktop>property>setting>Advanced> try to change the screen resolution...

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Replace monitor and check display is OK now?

If yes, monitor is defective.

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The menu of the screen will allow you to re-size vertical and Horiz. There is no way in wondows to re-size.

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    even a smaller resolution will result in the same offset you are currently experiencing. Click the menu button on your monitor, and look for horizontal and vertical position. Then adjust accordingly.

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Please clarify the problem, try using the on screen controls to adjust the screen position, try another screen resolution. what kind of monitor you have?

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