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VGA DRIVER CORRUPTED

MY SCREEN DOES NOT APPEAR CORRECTLY.
CIRCULA OBJECTS TURNS OVAL.

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I assume you are using Wide screen, right on the desktop. click personalise > settings > move the sider to 1400 x 900 or something that will fit your monitor.
let us know the results, thanx

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