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Screen too far to the left on my monitor

My screen is too far to the left. I cannot click on the Windows Title Bar and move it with my arrow. There is black screen at the top and to the right. A pc tech quickly fixed this problem for me when I used to work.
Please help as I can't see stuff that is on the left side of the screen.
Thanks!

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  • stupid rabbi Apr 17, 2008

    i have a flat screen monitor, the other day my rabbit chewwed through some cables and i have had to replace them. Everything is working normal apart from the screen has all shifted to the left. I have looked at all the wires and i cant see anything thats damaged.. help!!

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