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If the whole image is too long you can adjust it from tthe image driver ..it will be in the right side on the task bar near the programs that are opened all the time ..and named like the video card you are using and usually will display when hoovering the resolution in use..open the resolutions and choose one that fits best...and confirm ..
To adjust just the the picture from the desktop ..right click on the desktop..properties..and desktop...in there choose the desktop image ..or change image ..and you will have 3 possibilities for adjusting the picture to fit..center ...stretch..and tile.. see them one by one ...if non of the stile will make it visible in a normal way ..then you should change the picture,,and choose a wallpaper that it is in the same form and big enough to fit....
T change a picture on the wallpaper it is enough to right click on it when its opened ..and choose it to be set as wallpaper from the list of tasks...
Posted on May 31, 2010
The screen resolution needs to be adjusted to give the correct image proportion.
Go to control Panel - Display - Settings tab and adjust the screen resolution. Start with 1024X768 and adjust it higher until the image is correct.
If you display a circle on the screen first, it makes it easier to see when the image is correct when you change the screen resolution.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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