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Go to Control Panel - Display - Settings tab and move the pointer in Screen resolution to 1024 X 768 If you cannot increase the resolution the a generic VGA driver was installed and you need to install the correct video driver.
Download the video and device drivers from the Acer WEB site. Makesure you select the model of your laptop the drivers you that require thatmatches the Windows version that is installed on your laptop. Use this link toget to the Acer support: - http://www.acersupport.com/drivers_download.aspx
Try connecting an external monitor to it. If it display correctly, than check your display setting to ensure you have your laptop monitor as your default. If those setting are correct than you will need to open your laptop case and check make sure the connection did not come loose from LCD monitor to your motherboard. Use a small flat head screw driver to popup a cover right above your keyboard to get to the connection. If the connection are good than it may be a bad LCD screen or motherboard.
Check the monitor in the device manager. NOT regular display properties. Make sure the monitor is the correct type. Try different settings in device manager for the monitor. Maybe try uninstalling the video card drivers, reboot and reinstall the drivers. Let me know if this does not work.
Once you change the resolution to a smaller size and you see the black border, go into the monitor's menu and there should be settings for the Horizontal and Vertical size/position. Adjust those until it looks correct.
This problem can be caused by not having installed the correct video driver.
The screen resolution needs to be set higher.
Go to Control Panel - Display - Settings and change the Screen resolution to 1024X768 or higher. If you can't change the screen resolution then most likely you need to install or re-install the video driver.
You assume correctly. Open the device manager to see which drivers you need exactly. You can find them at Panasonic's support site. The link below will take you directly to it. If there are any you can't find here, then try driverguide.com. You will have to register with driver guide, but it's free. https://eww.pavc.panasonic.co.jp/pc/cgi-bin/itn/toughbook/dl01.cgi
your system might have damaged the systems video drivers and reverted to legacy. try to re-install the display drivers again. if you look in the system/device manager for the display it may just say vga , which can only give you 800x600 native mode. if you right click on the desktop /properties advanced /display adapter it should have the name of your video card.