Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
Nope i didnt replace my monitor. and i'm currently using 1280 by 1024 pixels screen resolution. but i dont think its the right one. i have WINDOWS VISTA.
here's what the reminder says:
Your computer resolution may not match the monitor's optimum (1440x 900) setting. To adjust your screen resolution, see your computer's printed or online documentation. Press the AUTO button on the side of this monitor after adjusting the screen resolution.
and then it has this tingy
which i can't even click. It just stays there on the lower part of my screen. i don't know what to do to make it go away.
Go to the control panel double click DISPLAY then select setting then select 1440x900
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Modern monitors have a 'native resolution'. While most LCD monitors can display a wide variety of screen resolutions, the native resolution will always look best, since this is the screen resolution that matches the number of pixels inside the display. Any other screen resolution may look blocky or distorted, since the number of pixels used in the picture will not match the actual number in the display.
You can adjust your computers display resolution easily. For best results with your monitor, you should use the latest display drivers and monitor drivers and run your monitor in its native resolution. For more information on updating your display drivers, see this link.
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