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The screen is off center. How to I move it to the right?

This is the second time this has happened. I cannot remember what i did to fix the problem the last time. I just cannot find the correct ssttings to reset the possition of the screen

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I think if you hold the fn key down and f7 I think.
Look and se if ther any diagrams on your F keys to se if there is a picture that looks like a screen

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Try changing the screen resolution and then back. This should fix it.

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Screen has moved to right and I cant get it centered


You mean your polerization was moved? the center of the screen is moved to the right? try a resolution change or re-install your graphics drivers. If you think it's hardware that may be a bad board in the monitor. (or panel if laptop LCD)

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To adjust rotating display of laptop ,taskbar with all icons moves on different(bottom to top)


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Has your Windows taskbar suddenly moved to the side of your desktop screen or even to the top? This can be very disruptive to your daily computing, which may mean a loss of productivity at work. Your taskbar could have moved because of a glitch in programming or an inadvertent mouse click while you were focused on something else. The latter is more common and is usually the result of an unlocked taskbar.

Older Windows Operating Systems Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows XP and Windows Vista all utilize similar solutions for this problem. For the quickest route to returning the taskbar to the bottom of the screen, first place your mouse pointer over empty space on your taskbar (space not occupied by an icon or a button indicating an open program) and right-click. Look near the bottom of the menu that appears for the "Lock the Taskbar" listing, and make sure there is no check mark next to the listing. If there is a check mark, it means the taskbar is locked and cannot be moved, so click on the listing to deselect (and unlock) it. With your mouse pointer again over an empty space on the taskbar, click and hold the left mouse button and then move the mouse pointer to the bottom of the screen. When you release the left mouse button, your taskbar should have moved. As long as the taskbar is unlocked, you can also vary its height. Hold the mouse pointer over the upper edge of the taskbar until it becomes a double arrow (pointing up and down). Then click and hold while you drag the upper edge of the taskbar to the you desire. Once you have the taskbar where you want it, remember to lock it again by selecting the listing on the right-click taskbar menu.

Another option is to visit the Microsoft Windows website and download and run an automatic "Fix it" program, which should take care of programming issues. Windows 7
There are three options for moving the taskbar in the Windows 7 operating system. The first option involves right-clicking on an empty space in the taskbar and then navigating to the "Properties" menu (look near the center of the menu) to set the location of your taskbar on your screen. This menu also allows you to change or establish a number of other default settings relating to your Start menu and taskbar. The second option is exactly the same as the first process given for the Windows operating systems previously mentioned. And again, to prevent the format you have established from changing, lock the taskbar by right-clicking on an empty space of the taskbar and selecting "Lock the Taskbar" from the menu. The third option is a bit more involved and requires downloading registry files (files ending in ".reg"), saving them to your desktop and then double-clicking on them to merge them with your operating system. The files can be deleted after use.
Microsoft online support
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/253679

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My Sony Vaio VGN-CR23G/N is having display problem... It is displaying white screen. could you please help what could be the issue.


hi vissu, I had the same problem a long time age, sorry I can't remember directly on how to fix it, but I do remember that I went to Windows Solution Center, posted the question there, and I received the info on several things to try. Mine was very easy to fix, I right click on the screen, a message screen with screen settings, and I just had to place a check mark in a box that had no check mark. that was it. Hopefully this is the same problem. If not try an place the same question on Widows Solution Center, the tech, that answered me was very helpful.

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I have a problem with BOTH my Windows 7 laptops that I have never had with any previous OS. Whenever I move the pointer the screen scrolls uncontrollably (usually downwards) the arrows will not move it...


this is normal and that is why XP is so more popular than ever before
If you look at XP Home edition selling on Ebay they are still selling for $100 and they outsell Winfdows 7 10 to 1

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Well am facing a strange problem! My hp dv6000 screen is divided to 8 parts! Befor that wn i was usen ma laptob somtyms it just turn 2 blak n 2 fix it i uesd 2 move down the screen thn it come back again!...


Right click on the screen and left click on properties, then click the desktop tab, and at the lower right hand you will see Browse, below that Position then Color. Under position, choose either the option, change it from Tilke, to stretch or Center and apply and OK and your good.

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Hp entertaiment pc problem: display system have running but nodisplay and anther one vga port display working problem lcd display ?


Hello,

Even though I suspect that there is a problem with

your system LCD too, but before you conclude, try

this out:

When you power on your system, use the function

key combination to try to activate the LCD screen by

pressing fn+f4 repeatedly, this will activate and

deactivate the LCD screen as you keep pressing it.

If after trying this nothing happens, then I'm afraid you

might need to replace your LCD screen...or just get

a second-hand LCD same screen size from a

Computer store and let an electrician fix it for you.

You should be ready to pay a few dollars though.

Also another option is if your Warranty is still active,

then just get an HP Service Center and drop it with

them and let them fix it for you. But remember that if

you want to use the warranty option, never let any

engineer touch the system, or else your warranty will

become void.

Try this out and let me know how it goes.

Hope this helps you out.

Goodluck and thanks for using Fixya

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How do I life up the screen (open the laptop) on an HP Pavilion vd 4000? when I press the central button on the front, nothing happens.


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Dell Inspiron 1100 screen goes into power saver mode after 45 sec


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un check enable hibernate mode
this should fix your issue

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