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My monitors display seems to be zoomed in, missing certain parts, such as start menu. Tried changing resolution but it is at a normal setting. Any suggestions?

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Re: Zoomed in Destop

Go to ' display' 'properties' 'settings' and verify that the correct monitor is shown. If wrong monitor is indicated change it to the one you have. If resolution is not supported change it to one that is.

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