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Split screen on the monitor

My monitor is split into two pictures. i know most monitors have settings that allows you to do this. but its split in the most inconvenience of ways. it splits horizontally and shows half of the picture and when you go into the settings theirs no way of changing it. i'm wondering if this a simple wiring problem or a component problem.

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NOTE: if image fold horizontally the section that you have to worry is VERTICAL!,in this case i suggest resolder the vertical (IC some TDAxxxx)and is a good idea to change it.

Posted on Jul 13, 2007

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SOURCE: How to change the picture format on my monitor?

You should set your PC to the monitor native resolution for this monitor: 1440 x 900 @60Hz.
Here is the spec for your monitor: http://www.dealtime.com/xPO-AOC-919Swa1-Black

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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SOURCE: image set up of screen is only half of the monitor

If you v-size is already at 100% then the issue is with the picture being sent to the monitor. Based upon what kind of input you have for the monitor there is a number of different ways to fix this. I will assume you are using the monitor with a desktop computer. If this is for XP, then there is a simple fix as follows, adjusting your display properties:
Right-click on your desktop background and then click on "Properties" this will open up a new window. Select the "Settings" tab, then drag the green arrow in the "Screen Resolution" field to the desired setting. Since you have a "widescreen set-up" you more than likely have a resolution where the first number is about twice the second number...they should be close to even to have a square image (bigger numbers show more detail than smaller numbers).
Hope this helps!

Posted on Jul 16, 2010

mercadoarvin
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SOURCE: hi, I have my macbook connected

Hi There and Welcome to Fixya.

Connecting a monitor to your MBP gives you more space to work on. You may want to check on the following and see if it was done properly :

  • Ensure physical connection - either mini DVI or mini DVI-VGA will work
  • Turn on the mirror mode by pressing "F7" or "Fn+F7"
  • Adjust the resolution of the monitor through the system preferences or the "Display status" in the menu bar
  • Put the macbook into "Sleep mode" to obtain the full (optimum) resolution on the AOC monitor
  • Keep the lid of the laptop open to access kybd and track pad
  • To boot the computer using the AOC monitor, turn on the computer and close the lid of the laptop at once.
Please let me know if this wont work.

Thank you for using Fixya.

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

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