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Screen repair my monitor fell down and all of a sudden the size of the image displayed after was not normal. the size was reduced and only a small image could be shown. what do you think is the problem for my monitor.

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Actually, the fault is not from the processor. You damaged the screen. You have to buy new monitor.

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