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Screen adjustment just upgraded to XP and screen has a 1/2 in black line on the right side.

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  • jjwarda Apr 25, 2009

    just upgraded to XP Pro and screen has a 1/2 in black line on the right side

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You have adjust the screen resolution

1028 X 600

16bit or 32bit


goto control panel----look for appearance and personalization ---screen resolution



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On your monitor at the bottom there is 3 buttons. The one all the way to the left is the "menu" button. The next one (going right) is the "NEGATIVE" button. The next one (going right) is the "POSITIVE" button.

You can move your screen around. First, start by pressing the menu button.Then, a menu in blue, with a bunch of little white icons will appear. Next, go over two icons by pressing the positive button twice. Then, proceed to push in the "menu" button again. A bar will appear. By pressing your negative button, your screen will move left. Pressing your positive button will make your screen move right. Adjust your screen until the black on both sides are of even proportion. Then, press the menu button to return to the orginal menu you started at. Proceed to press your positive button two more times. Then, press your menu button. Then, once again, use your positive button, and your negative button to adjust your screen to even out the black on the top and bottom.


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