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Re: Distorted digital photos
Most likely the resolution of your desktop has and aspect ratio that in incorrect for your monitor. The native resolution of that monitor if 1440x900. Use the Windows (if using windows) desktop properties to set the desktop resolution to 1440x900.
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Do any of the Icons have double vision? and the display is distorted also? If so then your analog / digital board is bad and needs to be replaced, If you remove the bezel of the monitor and are able to get the monitor apart to get to the board, be sure to search for the correct part number listed on the board and Vola, you be back in business again. You can find these boards on Ebay for not too much money. Hope this helps.
Wide screen monitor distortionDepending upon the screen resolution that has been set inDisplay, the image will be distorted on these large wide screen monitors. Create a large circle image using a draw program such as Paint (hold down theShift key as you create the circle as it will draw a perfect circle). Open Control Panel - Display - Settings tab and adjust the Screen resolutionslider, increase or decrease the screen resolution then bring the circle imageto the front and check the image, if the circle is still distorted then changethe screen resolution and check the circle again until you are satisfied withthe image of the circle. When you are satisfied then click apply.
there are several things you can do, change the screen resolution, or change the size of the text, to do this go to Control Panel - Appearance and Personalization - Display then click the 125% radio button and apply. in versions of windows older than windows 7, this process may be slightly different, this option may be in the ease of access centre. if you have trouble changing either of these things type your operating system and change screen resolution or change text size into google. to change the screen resolution go to control panel and in appearance and personalisation click adjust screen resolution, this will make everything look bigger, try to keep near the same aspect ratio or photos and text will look distorted or stretched.
The problem is that your picture is not of high enough resolution. You need to get a higher resolution picture. There is nothing wrong with the monitor. The picture is distorted because the picture does not contain enough photographic data to scale to the size you are stretching it to. Higher resolution = larger picture without distortion.
Solution goes this way, to maintain the aspect ratio of the monitor, take note of this. Your HP 10inch notebook have different resolution compare to your additional monitor, But I'm sure you selected the dual view mode or the duplicate mode that is why you have distorted display on your additional monitor, to let the additional monitor decide and maximize its resolution, try using the extended view option, you can change the resolution of your additional monitor without affecting the resolution of your 10 inch laptop.
Try to check the monitor with a different PC. If it does the same its a monitor issue and needs to be replaced. If you dont have another PC, then try to go to BIOS of your PC and see if its the smae over there. If the display is still distorted in BIOS, then its a monitor Issue. Else you need to reinstall the graphics card driver from device manager or need to update the driver or reinstall the O/s.
you have to make sure that the picture you want to use as a background has similar resolution to that you are using in your actual display. for example if you are using 800x600 resolution you should have a picture close to that so it doesnt look distorted.
I don't know what system you have your monitor connected to, but most of the older video cards don't support 1440 by 990 resolution and you would not be able to produce a good sharp image with older cards either. You can play with the settings on your video card to find the most acceptable resolution, but you might need a better and newer video card.