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You need to change the properties of ur graphics and change its resolution and see what happends.
The properties may occur by right clicking on desktop and goto the graphics properties next move to advanced mode under graphics properties.
May this helpful to u and enjoy.
I have a couple AOC i2353ph monitors. One day, one of them booted up with a single vertical white line moving slowly back and forth across the screen that kind of looked like a scan or radar. Once I reset the monitor from the OSD it went way. Use "Extra > Reset" from the monitor menu.
XP: Right click the desktop and left click properties. Click the Settings tab and you will see a slider bar in the middle left. Move the bar to the right or left one at a time and eventually you will hit the correct settings for the monitor.
Vista/Win7: Right click the desktop and left click on Screen Resolution. Where it says Resolution, you can change the settings to the Recommended settings for your specific monitor.
Establish what the recommended (native) resolution of your monitor is, and set the display resolution of your computer to the same values (in Windows right click an empty area of desktop, choose Properties, Settings tab, move resolution slider to the right to the right until proper values are set, confirm). If you can't set the resolution to more than 800x600, it means that you need to install a driver for your graphics card.
i had the same problem with my new widescreen monitor... turns out the best setting (at least, for my specific monitor) was 1440 by 900 pixels. at this setting the desktop still stretches itself to fill the entire screen, but everything else is completely unstretched. (to adjust the screen resolution, right click anywhere on the desktop, then go to properties, then settings.)