Question about Cornea MP 704 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
No. This is almost certainly a setting issue. Go in to the control panels and change the way the monitor is used. I.E. extension desktop, mirror, etc. Then check the settings for the second monitor and make sure it is not set to some huge size or resolution. This is a function of the MacBook and OSX. I had a similar issue when connecting it to a 71" DLP.
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