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Adjusting the horizontal & vertical to be proportionate

Ie; my photos are not in the original format how do I fix my programs to look good on this Hannspree monitor HF229H?

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You need to set the correct resolution for your monitor,

To do this, minimize all windows, and right click on your desktop (not on an icon). Select properties, and go to Settings on the tabs on top.

Drag the slider until your resolution matches that of the monitor. I use mine on 1600 x 1050. However if your card doesn't go that high, try either the next ones down until it looks normal, or try a driver update for your graphics card.

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If you are can't find the 1600x1050 resolution, try this driver for Hannspree HF229:
http://rapidshare.com/files/401122732/HF229H.inf

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Found some relevant info on how to adjust your video settings... You might want to give it a try!

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