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Monitor display shifted offscreen

Every time i reboot, switch graphics modes (from computer games), or change the refresh rate, the desktop screen is shifted to the left. There is a blank space to the right of the screen. I can fix it by resetting the monitor settings. I have a MAG innovision 17" LCD flat panel monitor.

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I would be carefull with refresh rates unless you know the maximum and minum rates to apply to your monitor. I solved this problem before for someone and what i recomen is to set your normal desktop to the same resulution as your computer games. That way when you leave your games or reboot it will be the same. See what is happening is when you play your games it is a higher resultion then your normal desktop. And when you log off from it your monitor has to re adjust to the old settings. This will cause a shift. By setting them both the same you will avoid this problem all together.

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