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Re: MAC screen doesnt fill Samsung Monitor
Often there is an auto correct button on the monitor, if not them press them menu button and navigate to find horizontal size. If neither of those work you might try taking apart the monitor and reseating the video cable to the monitor.
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Here is a good tutorial on how to adjust the screen resolution on a mac: How to change Mac screen resolution Macworld . However, it may be that the output from your computer doesn't match the size of the screen you have. Did you check to see that the computer can output an image that matches the size of your screen. That is a common problem.
I think your Display monitor cable damage, or may be your motherboard display cheap damage, or your display driver problem create.
First of all you check your display driver or reinstall driver. Sec think used external VGA card or check it. If not solved then your monitor display section damage. So contact good monitor technician.
two things you can do, first right click on your windows screen and look for "settings" this will open a dialog box where you can set the screen resolution. Set it lower and see if your screen is now filled. if that doesn't work go into the monitor setup (buttons on the bottom or side of the monitor) and try to set the verticle and horizontal size, since its only 3/4 of an inch you should be able to stretch the screen to fill up the space.
if your lucky it's just your H-center is off tilt. to check this Press the menu button on your monitor. scroll through the options till you see Horizontal-center option. select this setting and move the screen to the left. The entire screen should start shifting to the left and fill in the screen. now if you do this and you get a black bar on the right. Center the screen where you have the same amount of black on both sides of the screen. scroll through your menu till you see the H-size. increasing this will fill in the black area. Hope this helps.
I would say your monitor is bad if you have tried it on 2 different monitors and it does the same on both. Check your warranty expiration date, some monitors have 2 or 3 years warranty. If it's still under warranty, you may be able to have it replaced or repaired.
It may have one of reasons: 1. "Dirty" supplying voltage in the monitor - check all electrolytic capacitor. 2. Bad controller chip - check if it gets extremely hot when working, also you may see darkened area on other side of the PCB where that chip is located. 3. Loosed connection between controller PCB and the display itself - disconnect the cable and clean contacts, especially of blade connector on display side, check if there are some overpressed contacts.
CH000315, Black borders on side of screen. CH000316, Dead or black pixels. CH000403, Macintosh and/or PC monitor compatibility.
Black borders on side of screen.
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