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My start menu toolbar is very low down on the screen so that i can't read it with a black space on top of the monitor. Tried adjusting the vertical hold which will not budge from 255. Help Please.

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Screen gone half black...tried with different CPU...same problem persist... Please advise what to do...


The effect is called fold-over, where the bottom of the screen is folded over the top half.

If you can get into the menu set up you can try and change scan settings and adjust them so that :-

1. The screen is moved down so that the bottom of the fold-over is at the bottom of the screen and the top of the windows screen is at the top (it is missing on the photo).

2. Adjust the vertical scan rate to resolve the fold-over problem.


Otherwise it needs fixing by a TV engineer that can fix monitors as the adjustments are inside.

Mar 19, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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Setting the right the screen resolution


Click start control panel display desktop you can select a different desktop from the drop down list or a browse button where you can select different pictures this may vary depending on your operating system. Also settings you can change the settings for more or less pixels or from the drop down list pick the appropriate level of color range or troubleshoot also select advanced then general dpi normal , larger or custom settings
always click APPLY after making any changes. Right click in the top toolbar you will see a number of toolbars and options select the menu tab this will add to the Toolbar File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help On the top of the internet page you should see some tabs file edit view favorites tools and help Click on the view tab on the drop down list you should see a zoom % and full screen option. Click a different percentage also a text you might try a different text although this will not increase the of the page only the text fonts inside it
There might be a menu button on the monitor where you can adjust reduce / expand the screen s usually located on the underside of the monitor of course this will depend on your brand of monitor.

Apr 15, 2013 | Acer S200hlabd Black 20" 5ms Led...

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I have tried using the alba lcd22advd as a monitor for my pc but can't view the whole picture on the screen. how do I adjust it so that I can see the whole desktop page?


You might need to fit screen . Click start control panel display desktop you can select a different desktop from the drop down list or a browse button where you can select different pictures this may vary depending on your operating system. Also settings you can change the settings for more or less pixels or from the drop down list pick the appropriate level of color range or troubleshoot also select advanced then general dpi normal , larger or custom settings
always click APPLY after making any changes. Right click in the top toolbar you will see a number of toolbars and options select the menu tab this will add to the Toolbar File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help On the top of the internet page you should see some tabs file edit view favorites tools and help Click on the view tab on the drop down list you should see a zoom % and full screen option. Click a different percentage also a text you might try a different text although this will not increase the of the page only the text fonts inside it
There might be a menu button on the monitor where you can adjust reduce / expand the screen s usually located on the underside of the monitor of course this will depend on your brand of monitor.

Hope this helps.

Jan 04, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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My new LG Flatron E2350 does not fill the 23 inch screen only 22 inches with a black border, have updated graphics and monitor card to the latest. What do I need to do for the graphics to fill the 23 inch...


Similar to TV - you need to adjust the "H" - Horizontal and "V" - Vertical. Horizontal will move picture up or down and Vertical will adjust left to right.

Use the menu button on your monitor.

Apr 03, 2011 | LG Flatron L1515S 15" LCD Monitor

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Installed AOC 2436vh, top of screen off of physical structure of screen, tried power down, physical reinstall, roll back of driver and reload of cd, how do I uninstall monitor to try again? Or adjust it...


I have the 2436V (no speakers), but I suspect the solution will be similar. My screen was a bit to the left of the monitor's physical display area, and I was able to solve it using the built in menu (If you take too long deciding what menu button to press next, the menu will time out. Just start over if that happens. You will get faster with practice).

1) Press the menu button on the monitor (the menu appears).
2) Press the up button on the monitor 4 times to highlight the icon that looks like a slightly angled screen with yellow cross-hairs in one corner (the toolbar for positioning the screen appears - all 5 icons on the positioning toolbar are blue).
3) Press the menu button on the monitor to "enter" the selected toolbar (one of the toolbar icons turns green to indicate the selected tool on the toolbar).
4) Select the tool you need using the up/down arrow buttons on the monitor (I needed the one that moves the screen horizontally, you need the one that moves the screen vertically).
5) Press the menu button on the monitor to activate the selected tool (the meter above the toolbar icon turns green to indicate the tool is active).
6) Use the up/down buttons on the monitor to position the screen.
7) Press the menu button to exit back out (or, just let the menu time out).

Note: the disk that came with the monitor doesn't seem to have drivers for Windows 7, but allowing Windows to search online while updating the driver found a compatible driver online.

Dec 22, 2010 | AOC Monitor

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I have a Samsung NC10 notebook hooked up to an Acer x193w monitor and up until today it has been working perfectly. Now the display will not fill the monitor's space. Horizontal is fine but vertically the...


Do you have a spare computer to hook up to the monitor to see if the monitor's settings are off vertically?

Can you adjust the vertical size of the image of the monitor?

Are the letters squashed down vertically?

If the letters are squashed down vertically, did the setting for pixel size of the screen get adjusted to another size accidentally in the control panel under display settings?

Can you reset the Acer monitor from the menu?

Jul 29, 2010 | Acer X193W LCD Monitor

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My screen is stretched with a 1 and ahalf inch black space on the top and bottom


Most LCD monitors have a couple of control buttons at the top or on the side. Inside the menu, there should be an option called "Auto Adjust" which senses the input signal and resolution, and then shifts the monitor to match it. Have you tried to auto-adjust the screen? There may even be a button called "Auto" on the monitor.

May 13, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Full screen on monitor


you can use the menu and adjust the vertical size.or if did already but it doesn't work,try to open your monitor and look for a trimmer in the vertical section,then try to rotate by these you can adjust now the vertical size
 

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Off center screen


on the computer there is a button called menu press it. use the position tool and put both of them equal eg 50-50

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