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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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What is the recommended resolution for HP2009M


The stated native resolution of this monitor is 1600 x 900. If you set your display resolution to that in your computer's configuration, you will get the sharpest display.
Note that there is always a trade-off between sharp image and the size of displayed items on the screen. By that I mean that if you set your display to 1600x900, your text will be sharp, but it will be smaller on the screen than if you see the resolution to 1280x720, for example. The trade-off would be larger text (say, if you have vision problems), but the text would not be as crisp.
Experiment with a few different resolutions to see what looks the best and has the best text size on your screen.
Note also that most browsers will let you enlarge the web page on your display by pressing Ctrl+ repeatedly until you get the size you want. Pressing Ctrl- will reduce the web page displayed size.

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Dell optiplex


Yes it can, if otherwise all you will need to do is to reduce / high the screen resolution for better image and display.
by right clicking on your Desktop , scroll down to properties (if window xp), screen resolution (if window vista or window 7) and click on slider to increase or reduce the resolution . then you are done.

N:B: if the montior of the higher resolution would not display, make use of a normal one that will work to set it first and later return your new 24inch monitor. IT WILL DISPLAY BETTER.

Feb 27, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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I have a problem about my laptop if i turn it on my screen are still blank but my laptop is still working.. can i ask if what is the problem about my laptop. pls help me... tnx!


Although your Toshiba portable computer appears to be on and running, there is no image on the built-in LCD display screen Look closely at the LCD display screen. If you can see a faint image on the screen, the display screen's fluorescent backlight may be turned off. Shining a flashlight directly at the screen will make it much easier to see whether or not there is a screen image actually present, though not lit up. On most Toshiba portable computers, there is a small plastic or metal pin near one of the LCD display lid hinges. When the display lid is shut (closed), this pin is pressed against an internal switch which turns off the backlight, saving battery power. You may be able to turn the backlight on again by tapping this pin repeatedly. The normal screen image will then suddenly appear, or re-appear.If there appears to be no display image at all, the problem is probably not related to the backlight. In this case, press and hold the Fn key and then press the F5 key several times, pausing several seconds between each keypress. This will cycle through several display output modes: Internal, External, Simultaneous, and possibly one or two more.If no image appears on the LCD display after cycling through the Fn-F5 sequence, try doing so with an external CRT monitor attached, if possible. If you still see no image, on either screen, try restarting the computer with the CRT monitor connected.If you see a screen image that looks normal when the computer is first powered on, or when you try to enter the BIOS Setup during the power-on sequence, it's an indication of a software problem (a driver or an application that's launched while the computer is loading Windows, possibly). Try downloading the display drivers for the computer from the Toshiba Support website, and then re-installing them.If the LCD screen or an external CRT monitor is blank only while the computer is first powered-on, but then works fine, it's probably not an indication of a problem. Some models display no text or images during the startup process. Additionally, installing some Windows Updates may delay the appearance of the familiar Windows desktop.If there are blank margins bordering the image on the LCD screen, launch the Windows Control Panel, then double-click the Display icon. Click the Settings tab, and then adjust the Screen Resolution setting until image fills the entire LCD screen, which will cause the margins to disappear.If the font size on an external CRT monitor seems too small for comfortable viewing, try clicking the Advanced button on the Settings page, and then adjust the DPI (dots per inch) value. Try 120DPI and 135DIP, to begin with. Avoid changing the DPI to much greater values, in order to avoid settings that will be difficult to change.
  1. Hold down the power button for approximately 10 seconds until the computer turns off.

  2. Verify that neither one of these keys are stuck in the down position:

    the Tab key (arrows pointing left and right)

    the tilde key ( ~ and ` characters)

  3. Turn the computer on.

  4. If either of the keys above appears to be stuck in the down position, and if the issue is not corrected by pressing these keys repeatedly, then service is required.

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Is there any way to adjust the screen image size? I recently connected a computer to the DVI input, and at 1280x720 there is quite a bit of overscan. Is it possible to reduce the image size?


Change the display settings on the computer desktop, try various sizes.

If using programs like word or firefox change display size with shift/mousewheel. Also change font sizes for best view. Don''t worry about resolution numbers, adjust for good picture.

Mar 02, 2010 | Samsung HL-P5063W 50" Rear Projection HDTV

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The font size suddenly reduced, to too small to


hi

Please try the following

Right click in the middle of the screen, left click on properties, a window entitled dispaly properties will come up, click on the tab that says settings. in this window there will be a slider bar with the title screen resolution slide to the left to nake smaller, slide to the right to make bigger

Feb 11, 2010 | Dell SP2008WFP 20" LCD Monitor

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Using as a duo monitor. when transfering screen image to it, the screen is extremely too large . How do I reduce the size?


Increase the resolution of the monitor with the really large image. Also, in vista and windows 7, go to display and there should be a button to reduce the size of whats on the screen.

Feb 02, 2010 | Samsung Computers & Internet

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Display is fine for the most part, but it is folding over itself at the top of the screen. I tried adusting the screen size with the buttons on the front, but the folding stops at just about as small as...


There should also be a control to "lower" the image with respect to the screen. By reducing the size and recentering the image you should be able to fix the problem, if it can be fixed at all. If this control doesn't work, I'm afraid it's probably the beam electronics that got fritzed (it's usually a US$20 repair, but the problem lies in finding someone willing and able. Most CRT services won't service you unless they can swap the internal daughterboard with a working one of the same make and model, and these are getting increasingly rare with most monitors being flat LCD).

Hope this helps, have a nice day

Jan 12, 2010 | NEC MultiSync FE700 17" CRT Monitor

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Hannspree 19" HF199H LCD - Display is LARGE on monitor!


Try Control Panel - Appearance or Display- You can change how your 2nd display looks there.. Sounds like you have it set in Clone mode...(both displays show the same things)...See if you can reset the 2nd display resolution while keeping the laptop in its normal resolution. Not all machines can do this...but most recent ones should be able to.

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Display appearing stretched


the original image size was probably recorded in 4:3 aspect ratio...meaning your widescreen is a 16:9 ratio size screen and is stretching it outwards to fill the whole screen. If you want the image to look normal.. ie. not short and fat people.... you need to change the picture size in the settings from widescreen 16:9 to normal 4:3 tv in the settings menu most likely...Also most remotes will/should have a button for that.

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