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Computer Screen My computer screen keeps switching to a much larger picture with much less color (and incorrect colors). Is this a problem handled by replacing with a new computer screen, or does it sounds like a virus or similar problem with the actual computer? It is a problem that used to occur rather infrequently, and a reset of the computer would fix the screen. Now the screen will not reset even with a shut down and restart of the computer.

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    My Viewsonic G810 21'' picture is somewhat faded and on May 3, 2008 the picture started flickering and getting bigger. I kept reducing the size until it is on 0 height and width and now it is so big I can't use windows anymore plus the picture is blurry. Is this fixable?

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