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Wide screen problems

Since buying this monitor, alot of my games have not been able to play with the wide screen setting. For instance, Half Life played fine on my old Benq FP767 @1280 x 1020. With this monitor, no such luck at any resolution. Civilization 4 also won't play. They load for abit, then shrink to the task bar where they stay running. If I try to maximize the program, it fills the screen for a moment then shrinks back to the task bar in about half a second. In the viewsonic monitor menu settings, auto image adjust and manual image adjust are greyed out so I can't shrink my screen size which is the cure I believe? Also, in the windows "display properties/settings" box, the "Extend my windows desktop onto this monitor" option is checked and greyed out.

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    teh game is to big to fit on screen. can only see half the picture

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I guess the video board or logic board is having problem.

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