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To adjust the screen size (resolution) you have to right click on an empty place on Desktop, select Properties and then Settings. Under screen resolution change it to more, until it shows under it 1024x768, or even bigger if you want and it is possible.
check the monitor to computer cord, sounds like it might be loose or disconnected. swap another monitor in and go to display properties to see if the tatung is a 2nd monitor. using the replacement monitor redownload the drivers and reinstall. turn off and hook the tatung back and it should recognize it
Yes right click on the desktop and click properties, when the window comes up, go to settings, and set to say 800x600, and click OK, this may sort you out.
Also ensure you have the graphics manager installed too.
You can shrink the picture by pushing the menu button on the front of the monitor and scrolling down to the "vertical" and "horizontal" settings and pushing the minus key a number of times until you see the edge of the screen come into view.
Dont forget to save your setting as you exit or the picture will be too big the next time you start your monitor and/or computer.
It sounds like your resolution or refresh rate is out of reach for your screen.
Restart your computer (even if it will be manually unplugging the power cable)
If you have no display while your computer starts up; you might have a hardware failure. Swapping your screen out, or plugging it into another computer (that works) will confirm if this is the issue.
If you can see the computer starting up you can press F8 (on your keyboard) continuously just before Windows can start.
Select "Safe mode" so that you will have the basics of screen settings.
Now you can go to control panel, display and click on the Settings Tab at the top. Change your settings to a rather default "1024x768" resolution and change your referesh rate to nothing more than 75hz under the advanced icon.