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I have a 2333. I am running Windows XP How do I change aspect ratio? (currently letterbox with distorted screen)

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Close all windows and go to the desktop on your computer. Right click with your mouse on the screen, but away from any ICON's. You will see a drop down list of choices. Find the one that says "properties" and click on it. This will take you to the area where you can set your view settings. Change the numbers by going one at a time and it will allow you to preview the screen. When you get to the one you want, save it and exit this area.

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