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Well that is known as flickering and it is caused by improper settings of the resolutions on your screen. This can be fixed this way. If you are using window 7 or above then you have to go to the control panel and look for the Display settings. This is where you can fix the refresh rate of your monitor. When you are there, click the resolution settings and go to advanced settings of the properties, Then Go to monitor Tab, and then go to the refresh rate, set it to 60Hz
Change your display resolution. Go into the Control Panel and look for Desktop or Appearance and Personalization. Open the desktop then click the Settings Tab. Adjust the screen resolution. The higher the resolution the smaller the icons the more that will be displayed.
If you right hand mouse click on your desktop picture, a menu will become available. Click on Screen resolution and then Advanced settings. There will be options inside that window to allow you adjustment of the display. Hope that helps.
Hello Rbeaudoin, Hi! the stretch thing is caused due to improper computer configuration, you need to load the VGA device driver for your PC. A properly setup device driver for your VGA will produce a resolution properly for your monitor.
you see, without the device driver, windows assumes several resolutions, most of the time, this does not match the monitor resolution, so the device driver when loaded, talks to your monitor, and identifies it, then sends the proper resolution info to the VGA and windows, so that windows can create an option for that resolution. using this proper resolution the monitor can display the video properly.
1) Right Click in the middle of the desktop
2) Click on Properties
3) In the display settings box that appears click on the tab that says settings
4) The settings can be adjusted from here i..e screen resolution and colour quality, the display adapter can also be checked to ensure it is correct i.e. yours should be something like nvidia etc etc
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Most LCD monitors have a default refresh rate of 60 Hz. Older monitors also have limited resolution. Please check your display settings and ensure you're not using a refresh rate higher than 60, or a resolution higher than what it supports. If either one is the case, you're lucky the LCD still works.
be sure you downloaded the graphic driver for your computer. you can find it from the manufacturer website or if you know the model of your mainboard you can also find it from the mainboard manufacturer website. also, try changing your display settings by right click your desktop and choose properties then choose display adjust the screen resolution on higher pixel. but my best guess is you need the graphic driver of your computer.
you cant change the resolution? did you check the video card driver in device manager? check if the driver is installed properly. if not, then download the latest video driver at support.dell.com > go to drivers and downloads and select your system. If the video driver is okay, then download the latest BIOS upgrade in the same site. post back here if the issue persists.