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Dynamic focus Hi, Can anybody tell me how to correct or control dynamic focus of 775n to get corner and edge to edge focus right Thanks

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Firstly switch off your monitor

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5) In the lower-right pane, right-click the basic disk that you want to convert, and the click Convert to Dynamic Disk.

NOTE: You must right-click the gray are that contains the disk title on the left side of the Details pane. For example, right-click Disk 0.

6) Select the check box that is next to the disk that you want to convert (if it is not already selected), and the click OK.

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1) Back up all the data on all the volumes on the disk you want to convert to a basic disk.

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NOTE: You must right-click the gray area that contains the disk title on the left side of the Details pane. For example, right-click Disk 1.

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