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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: aspect ratio

display setting

from the desk top right click and select properties, then select the settings tab then change your screen resolution display setting

Posted on May 08, 2008

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SOURCE: TV has 16:10 Aspect Ratio - looks squeezed. Can I adjust?

there should either be a menu button on your TV or on your REMOTE after its pressed ...go to picture and there you can adjust the screen to your preferences.

Posted on Apr 06, 2009

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SOURCE: 22'' LCD monitor aspect ratio is off.

Set resolution to the native 1680 x 1050. Then, using the buttons on the monitor, go into the monitor's menu. go down to "Image Setting", go to "HDMI Mode", then select "PC Mode". This should help everything fit on screen correctly.

Posted on Apr 28, 2009

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SOURCE: trying to use an acer H233H lcd monitor with a Dell 4600

you have to install the original video drivers into it .from www.drivers.com if you have original drivers then install an AGP card into an AGP slot then you can see higher resolution

Posted on Apr 08, 2010

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SOURCE: Dell S2309W Monitor will not power on.

Sch will be really hard to come by since Dell does not really make the monitor, most of them are made by SAMSUNG and BenQ.
Send me pictures if you want, may be I can help you identify the bad parts. budmrtn@aol.com
That symptom may mean the power supply goes into shutdown mode due to short circuits.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

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I asked why the heads are cut off on my tv. I was told to adjust aspect ratio on the screen menu. I cannot find aspect ratio on screen menu. HELP


It will be listed as screen option, it will be "widescreen" "panoramic" and regular broadcast image, no such button as aspect but the above are aspect options.

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You should have an option in your menu for "ratio lock"... many older screens have a ratio lock setting that you can enable or disable. Hope that works!

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I accidently hit recall on my monitor settings. I now have a smaller veiwing screen with black edges


You didn't say which OS you're using but it sounds like you've changed the aspect ratio of your video signal. Different screen resolutions have somewhat different aspect ratios. The aspect ratio indicates the ratio of the number of pixels of width to those of height. For example: my video driver offers a resolution of 1280 x 960 or 1280 x 720 which would give screen aspect ratios of 1280/960 = 1.33 :1 and 1280/720 = 1.77 : 1. The latter would produce a narrower image. You can compensate somewhat by increasing your horizontal sweep voltage with your monitor menu. A better solution would be to select a resolution that more closely matches your monitor's screen size.

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  • Turn on your VIZIO HDTV. Press the orange button with the "VIZIO" logo, which looks like a letter "V" with a triangular wedge in the center. If there is no VIZIO logo button, press the "Menu" button. Press the "Right Arrow" button twice to highlight the "Setup" icon, which looks like a wrench.

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    Press the "Down Arrow" button three times to highlight the "Wide" menu item. Press the "Left Arrow" or "Right Arrow" buttons repeatedly until the correct aspect ratio is selected. "Normal" is for a standard definition 480i signal, which has a 3:4 aspect ratio. "Wide" is for high definition signals, and has a 16:9 aspect ratio. "Panoramic" stretches the outside of the image while keeping the center at the normal aspect ratio. "Zoom" enlarges the image on the screen. Press the "Last" button twice to close the VIZIO on-screen menu.

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    Watch the image on the screen of your VIZIO HDTV to ensure that the picture is at the right aspect ratio. If it still looks distorted, it's most likely because you chose the wrong aspect ratio setting, because your source device is set incorrectly or because you used the wrong connection method.

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    Dell S2309W Monitor will not power on.


    Sch will be really hard to come by since Dell does not really make the monitor, most of them are made by SAMSUNG and BenQ.
    Send me pictures if you want, may be I can help you identify the bad parts. budmrtn@aol.com
    That symptom may mean the power supply goes into shutdown mode due to short circuits.

    http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague

    Jul 11, 2010 | Dell S2309W Monitor

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    Adjust resolution on lumix dmc-tz3


    Select PICT.SIZE from the REC menu. Depending on the aspect ratio, you can choose from 0.3MP to 7MP. For full details, refer to the "Using REC menu" in the manual (page 52 in my copy).

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    Picture size doesn't fit the screen I tried to adjust the aspect ratio but the option is locked on the menu. What to do? (Olevia TV model lt42hvi


    You cannot change aspect ratio when recieving HD signal. Try changing the cable box or satellite box format or aspect ratio.

    Dec 30, 2009 | Televison & Video

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    Occasionaly a wide screen dvd plays only in full screen


    The aspect ratio on your DVD player is not set correctly. Look for a SETUP button on the remote control, there should be something like "QUICK SETUP" or something similar on the setup menu, if not then go to the menu that has the aspect ratio settings listed. Change your aspect ratio to 16:9 WIDESCREEN, and this should solve your problem. Your aspect ratio is 4:3 which is for a regular TV, if the images (especially people) look real skinny and tall on your TV then your aspect ratio is not properly set. Good luck to you!

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