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The picture is stretched vertically and does not show the whole screen missing out all the edges. Screenres currently set to my computer monitor of 1920 x 1080. Thanks

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Change to a lower resolution

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On the monitor itself, I am guessing this is a desktop? There are buttons for adjustment. Look for the menu button around the bezel of the monitor and press it. Scroll through the settings for the default setting and press that. Once the default settings are made for the monitor, then you can go to the graphics settings available through windows to get the resolution straightened out.

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