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Problem regarding laptop screen.

My laptop screen has been compressed in height and stretched in length. I cannot see the rightmost part of the screen but can access it. The lower part of screen displays 2-3 mm image of the upper part of screen. It seems like two identical photograph one below the other and the former only a little visible. Please help me. it happened when laptop was not responding and I tried to shut it down forcefully. I pressed the start button for long to switch it off. When I restarted it, the screen was disturbed. I've tried restore and screen resolution thing but it didn't work.

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Pehaps the monitor is going or the drivers need to be replace? How old is the laptop, has there been any damage done, drop, jared? I have aHP DV 9320 and I knocked it over on a carpeted floor and the screen went out a ribbon cable jared loose, I open the monitor and fixed it. It could be as simple as adjusting your desktop to "full, Stretch,etc." in Desktop Background settings.

Posted on Oct 29, 2012

  • Manish Pathak Oct 30, 2012

    It was not damaged or dropped. I just switched it off forcefully, The next time i switched it on, i found the problem.

  • max carson
    max carson Oct 30, 2012

    I just switched it off forcefully, meaning you held down the on/off button until it went off?Anyway, can you load your desk top desplay settings? if so look for the desktop background settings, have you changed your desktop theme as of late? Their are settings to change the desktop displat: FILL, STRETCH, etc.Have you tried the settings?

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