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Asus VW192 19'' monitor stretches the picture

People look short and fat on my new 19'' asus monitor.  I didn't get a user's guide and I need help.

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Have you set the resolution to the max of the monitor? 19 inchers usually need 1440x900.

to do so go to control panel and display properties then slide the slider to the max, apply and exit.

hope that helps

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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