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I do not have the monitor on this system and no net to it. I have tried to adjust the monitor settings I feel the settings I need do not adjust at all most do work. The screen is narrow in the middle.
You have to use the OSD (onscreen display) to adjust the vertical height or the horizontal width.
If you have an auto button, try letting it readjust your monitor to the default setting. If this doesn't work, find the geometry setting and adjust the hoizontal or vertical manually to correct the "narrowness".
If this doesn't help, please reply with your monitor make and model number and we'll see if we can sort it out...
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