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Monitor not doing right

My monitor is stretched out and wont stay where its suppose to it moves back and forth very frustrating

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  • spencemtn Feb 08, 2008

    i have tried those solutions and it doesnt help a fairly new monitor any other suggestions

  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    Same issue. The display resolution is set correctly but the screen appears to be too big for monitor and it moves around with the cursor.


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Try to degauss the system. if it works fine otherwise go to monitor menu and then set the h or v position u wl get it corrected

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Use these steps
1. Rightclick on the Desktop
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