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Stretched images I have an HP w1907v I have loaded the drivers etc, before I did this the round clock on my desktop was oval but the drivers etc have fixed this, but my picture images are all stretched, i've tried changing the resolution but this just changes the graphic sizes and not picture sizes. Can you please help, Phil

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  • philip_cogga Jan 03, 2009

    I can't find Auto resize anywhere, everything else but that!

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On your monitor there should be a auto resize. is it dvi? or hdmi or vga?

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