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No showing the full screen. Top + bottom 1 and half inches dark

The 14" Dell monitor does not show the entire screen. It displays rectagular rather than square view.

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Your system display settings are set to a wide screen setting on desk top right click then properties, right had tab display then set the screen size to a square shape like 1024 x 768.

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