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Re: new netbook cannot see full screen
This is an issue with netbooks. 1. Make sure you have your screen resolution set with the highest numbers available (most dots per inch). (Much > 600x800.) 2. Rotate the screen temporarily by using graphic options.
OR IF you have Windows 7: Change the Display from "Medium" to "Small" setting. It's fine to change it back to medium when finished with the tall window, but remember how to find the setting. You'll need it again. Dawn C. Weikle, CNE SouthportPC.com
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Adjust the resolution of the monitor
Control panel / display.
You may need to update your graphics drivers if you have a Graphics card fitted, if you have graphics built onto the motherboard, you need to check your manufacturers support page for the latest driver.
There is a small row of buttons on the bottom right of the front panel of the monitor. From these buttons it's possible to adjust: Gamma correction, Brightness, Color balance, H/V position, Color temperature, and Contrast. By pushing the menu button your choices should be diplayed on screen. If there is a choice of "factory default" try that and it will take all adjustments back to as they were when it was set up when new. You won't find buttons to match the adjustments I mentioned above. There may be just 3 buttons but by way of the on screen menu they are enough to acheive what you want.
From past experience I'd say it's possible someone has been playing around with the buttons and upset it's settings.
If you continue to have problems I can download the manual and guide you from there.
I was having that problem as well on my msi wind netbook. Turned out that the default DPI setting was on large. After changing it to normal it fixed it. This is what I did, perhaps it will work for you. Good luck.
Right-click somewhere on your desktop (not on an icon) and select properties.
Click on the Setting tab and once there click advanced.
You will see DPI setting, change that to Normal size (96 DPI) and then click apply
Now restart your computer for the changes to fully take effect.
You mean the picture on the left side is curved out? Or is it restricted to the very top and very bottom?
If you have the curve problem, look in the menu and see if there is a
pincushion control and a pin cushion balance. Adjust the balance until
both sides curve the same, then adjust the pin cushion control to
remove the curve.
If you are only having the problem in the corners, look in the menu for
a corner correction control and play around with it to see if it
corrects your problem. If the monitor has no OSD (on-screen-display),
then it may be too old to have these controls. You may have to open the
unit and see if there are any physical adjustments (little
potientiometers). You might want to leave this to someone who knows
what they are doing since the high voltage circuit can have 25-35 kV.
Considering the price of CRT monitors, you might be able to find a new
one for under $50.
if u mean that only left or right channel has audio, then u need to
right click on the speaker icon on the bottom right corner, go to
properties, in the pannel you can see the balance controls..let me know