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MAC screen doesnt fill Samsung Monitor

There is black on both sides of the monitor screen - about 2" on either side of the monitor screen. How do I adjust the monitor to accept the full screen image?

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  • pray4okeydem Nov 06, 2008

    there is 2 sides black and vertical

  • Anonymous Nov 12, 2008

    I need to see extreme left side of image, that is, to slightly underscan the image. Display is a 214T.



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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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