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If we close the screen a little bit it goes bright white. Have to switch off and restart. Also, after doing a power point presentation the display is only opening about 80% of full screen with a black strip down the right hand side and 1/2 inch grey at the bottom. How do we display the screen to be 100%? Thanks We still have only 80% screen with black screen to the right Anyone else encounter this problem after a powerpoint Presentation and conecting to a projector?

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  • Bratman Jun 16, 2009

    Hi,

    Wish it was that simple. The resolution is on the correct setting 1024x768. It seems to have happened after we did a powerpoint presentation and had connected to a projector. Any other suggestions? Thanks again Michelle

  • Bratman Jun 16, 2009

    No it is complete. Nothing missing. Not out of shape. Just short. Won't open up full screen.

  • Bratman Jun 16, 2009

    No it is complete. Nothing missing. Not out of shape. Just short. Won't open up full screen.

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In LCD screens is a common problem that after setting a lower resolution than recommended you'll see a black stripe sometimes up and right, right click on any empty spot on your desktop and select properties then go to display options and move the resolution bar to a higher point and click apply also click yes in the warning display and accept.

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  • adanmrocha Jun 16, 2009

    Does your desktop appear chopped like it has a part missing?

  • adanmrocha Jun 16, 2009

    Try making a change in desktop them, like changing it to silver so the screen gets a re-arrange signal. let me know how that goes.

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