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Picture distortion on desktop monitor

On my monitor close to the top of the screen the picture does not quite meet up, i.e. a split image as if an imaginary horizontal line is running through the screen. This means that if there is a game icon on the top right hand of the screen for example the actual top half of its name is cut off. Bit hard to describe but hopefully someone will understand what I mean and offer some solution. Have tried restarting, changing the background and resetting the PRAM.

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Most monitors have a MENU button. Get into that and you can adjust screen positions, etc.

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Ok when upower up the computer pres F8 key thwn go to enable vga mode.then set resulution settings to 1024*768.

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