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Monitor trouble_screen display

How would i fixed the problem when the horizontal display is less than the original size of 14 inch.

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  • Cheryl18 Apr 11, 2008

    AOC LCD MONITOR

    LM760 APPROX. 17" MONITOR... DON'T REALLY KNOW HOW TO MEASURE.



    WHEN CONNECTED TO MY LAPTOP, THE DISPLAY DOESN'T FILL THE SCREEN. I CAN ADJUST ACROSS (HORIZONALLY), BUT NOT UP AND DOWN (VERTICALLY). ANY SUGGESTIONS?

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Sorry Guys, I have the same problem on my monitor. I am going to repair it. Later I will give you info what might it happen.

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Posted on May 05, 2008

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