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Monitor Problem for a View Sonic G771 Monitor

Anyways, I gimmicked with something awhile ago for a game program to run alittle smoother on my HP Hard-drive since it's getting alittle old then when I changed my resolution back to it's normal size I had to adjust it again. Yet, after adjusting it, it still feels a bit 'un' even to me. Is there any default or normal size for the monitor I have so It can look normal again? How do I put the sizes back in poportion? Thanks if you can help!

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Using system restore, it should help to restore the size back.
Thank you,
Tan

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