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The screen is not completely filling the monitor screen

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The top button on your control panel (this is where your power button is) lets you cycle through the presets. Try these the presets should fill the screen.

If this does not work I would recommend going into the display settings of your operating system and try changing the resolution and see if this helps. If you are using Windows the instructions can be found here

If neither of these options fix it then did it ever fill the screen?

Posted on Oct 25, 2012

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