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The picture on the TV is off to one side so I can't see my desk top. How do I move it over?

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Try changing the tele sync

eg: pal-n

if you still have a problem post it back with details of your cable and model of tv & graphics card



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suggest you plug in another laptop and try to diagnose the issue that way. piggyback it and see if that works.

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