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Screen size too big for monitor!

I have a 15" SVA VR-15AU. About 2" of the right side is cut off, example, I can't see the clock, but worse yet, I can't click the X in the upper right to exit programs because it's off the screen. True of all programs, including desktop! I have tried to fix but must be doing something wrong. Please help!

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  • Anonymous Apr 20, 2009

    I can't click the X or use the scroll down bar on the right and barely use the back button and file. This just happened a few days ago. What can I do to fix this without taking it in? Anything?

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It looks like a hardware problem in the monitor.Replace or take it to an authorized service.

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