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It is definetly a widescreen the issue is either with your display card or your resolution setting you need to check both. If you would have told me wether your display is through mother board or scsi card the model of mother board or the display card then i could fix the issue easilly.
Sounds like you might have a newer widescreen (16:9) LCD hooked up to an older computer that only supports 4:3 aspect ratio monitors. Try updating your video driver to see if that will allow you to adjust for the resolution and aspect ratio of the widescreen LCD.
With the on-screen controls, select Auto-Adjust. This should set suitable defaults based on the incoming signal. If you are using the VGA connector and the position still needs to be adjusted, use the on-screen controls to shift the displayed image to the proper location (under Display Settings -> Horizontal Position).
Right click any where on the desktop where there are no icons, and go to properties.
In Vista, there will be a link at the bottom of the page that says Display Setting, click on it and you'll see a slide bar under the word Resolution. Drag this slide bar until you get a correct looking resolution. Then click Apply.
In. XP, there will be a Settinga tab. Click on the tab and the slide bar will be under the word Screen Resolution. Every thing else is the same.
Your entire desktop is probably stretched left to right.
You need to adjust the resolution of your computers video card in the
display properties to one that the widescreen will accept correctly.
There is a chance that your video card may not have the correct
resolutions available. If this is the case then you may be stuck with
this view until you change coputers or video cards.
to get to display properties based on win2k or xp
Right click in the center of your desktop, choose properties, go to
settings and there you should see the resolutions available. Try
different ones till you find a good one, you may have to settle for one
that is close to your monitors setup if the exact one isn't available.
If using a laptop with a standard screen with the wide monitor, you may
need to disable the laptop screen and use just the monitor to get the
correct resolution on the monitor.