I clicked keep aspect ratio and now my monitor says out of range and i can no longer access the operating system to change it back. I tried booting in safe mode and it still said out of range. I have a LG2452t monitor and i was running vista black edition...any help would be greatly appreciated!!
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Vizio has a set of buttons on the left side where you can access your settings and change the aspect ratio of your TV. Though why you want it changed is beyond me. Wide screen is for 16:9 aspect ratios. At 4:3 (Standard) you won't be using your full TV picture.
there are several things you can do, change the screen resolution, or change the size of the text, to do this go to Control Panel - Appearance and Personalization - Display then click the 125% radio button and apply. in versions of windows older than windows 7, this process may be slightly different, this option may be in the ease of access centre. if you have trouble changing either of these things type your operating system and change screen resolution or change text size into google. to change the screen resolution go to control panel and in appearance and personalisation click adjust screen resolution, this will make everything look bigger, try to keep near the same aspect ratio or photos and text will look distorted or stretched.
You likely have your resolution too high. I prefer my resolution high but I can read small writing easily. To change this right-click your desktop and choose personalize then display settings adjust to a lower resolution but try to keep the aspect ratio similar to the ratio of the monitor you are using or the image will look squished. once you have finalized your decision you will have to tweak it using the controls on your monitor to stretch the picture out to the edge of your monitor. Also you can use the ease of access in the control panel for an on screen magnifier, or simply increase the font size in personalize (left column) adjust font size (DPI) (dots per inch)
Hi, if the 17 inch lcd screen is not a widescreen then the problem with the screen is possibly nothing more than the aspect ratio or resolution, which ever way you wanna look at it. All laptops have a widescreen type of ratio, so you will have to be either willing to change the resolution when you switch screens or setup different profiles, which you should beable to do through control panel, appearance and then personalization, you will then have access to it.
The computer needs its screen resolution reducing or changing in aspect ratio to suit the StarLogic monitor. Use a previously-working monitor and reduce the resolution on the computer to 1024 x 768 pixels or less (right-click an unused part of the desktop, click Properties and select Settings; slide the resolution slider to the left to adjust). The StarLogic monitor will now work; plug it in - do the resolution adjustment again as above, but increasing the resolution until you are happy. Going this way around, your computer will failsafe back to the previous (lower) resolution if the monitor says Out Of Range again, so you cannot lose the display along the way..
Based upon the Operating System you can change the aspect ratio from 19:9 to 4:3. In windows you can right click anywhere on the free space on your desktop once the menu pop-up click on properties and then setting. once the window open choose the different resolution.