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Hello, possibly you've got the resolution setting in 'display properties' too high for your monitor. Point your mouse pointer to an unused part of the desktop and right-click. Scroll down to 'properties' and select 'settings' then use the on-screen slider to select a lower resolution setting. Have a look at the spec. for your monitor to see what the max. resolution is supported by it.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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