Question about HP Computers & Internet
First set the auto into the monitor settings ..bypressing the auto setting button ...
After that go to resolution settings by double click the image driver icon in the task bar (tray system ) ..and set a suitable resolution ..
try them one by one until the screen is looking normal ..
The same thing can be changed from the desktop properties...settings ....to do so ..right click on desktop ...choose properties..than settings ...and in there you will have resolution setting ...change them until the one that fits the best ...when you hit the right one confirm the change..and this is all..
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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