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First check to see if you have the correct graphic card drivers installed. Then change the resolution. In some monitors, if the resolution is set too low, you get the condition you describe. The system thinks it's sending to a smaller monitor.
YOU HAVE A DRY SOLDER PROBLEM, You have to open the monitor and check the solders in the PC BOARD , mainly where theres A SMALL transformer resolder it , and try again ,that should fix it . hope it helps
I assume you only found the 4 mount screws in the back... You also need to take off the front silver edging - it pops off with some negotiating, but if you find the right spots and don't pry hard it will come off clean without too much difficulty. Then take out the screws that hold the screen inside and it should drop out.