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Lg 19" monitor stuck in digital zoom

I have set my resolution to 1440x900 in windows settings, but monitor is stuck in 1280x960 resolution in its own settings. Part of the desktop is left out of screen, but i can scroll it with my mouse to see rest of it. I have updated my graphic cards drivers but cant seen to get screens own resolution to change. And yes, I'm sure that monitor has 1440x900 resolution sinceĀ  i have used that for the last 4 months

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Re: lg 19" monitor stuck in digital zoom

Did you try pressing the "auto reset" button on your monitor?


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