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E machine: screen has slid slightly to the left

E machine: screen has slid slightly to the left and I would like to slide it back to the right

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    Steve Allison May 11, 2010

    Since the answer depends on which monitor you have, you need to include the model number of it; not all monitors have the same adjustments and some require that screen position is done from inside Windows.



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There should be an adjustment on the monitor itself.
One button should be a "menu" button when pushed will give you the option of adjusting the screen.

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