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SAMSUNG 225 UW

IV GOT A SAMSUNG 225UW , FIRSTLY WHEN I USE THE BUILT IN WEB CAM I HAVE A PINK VERTICAL LINE ABOUT AN INCH THICK DOWN THE RIGHT SIDE, SECONDLY THE VIEWABLE SCREEN SIZE ON MY P.C.IS A NORMAL CRT SIZE 1280 X 1024, THE PC WILL NOT ALLOW ANY OTHER SIZE,OTHER THAN SMALLER SIZES ? IM RUNNING A HP AND THE MOTHER BOARD IS A FIC FW37T . PLEASE HELP MANY THANKS

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    Many thanks Drummernick i though that would be the case cheers for getting back so quickly

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Yes u will nee dto upgrade video card to suport that native resotion of your screen hi 1440x900 ect ok wide need better video card ok least 100 doler one

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