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Monitor squeezes images toward bottom of open software windows.

Some programs load with open screen windows squeezing the image height at the bottom of the open screen window. Is this a video driver
problem or video card motherboard compatability issue? Adjusting
monitor geometry does not solve problem.

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Un install the video driver and reinstall also check if any update is available for the same.

Let me know.

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