Its me again! the screen is still not how i want it
Hi thank you for your help, I did what u said but the screen is still not right. The monitor is an old one its a proview 772 from the year 2000 it doesn't have a + -buttons like u asked, it has arrows that point up down left right. The windows are still kind of slanted you can't really tell, but I can and its bugging the heck out of me. This is what it looks like now, you can tell(hopefully) of the slanting by looking on the left side of the window. After uploading the pic to here I can see that you can't really tell what I'm talking about but hopefully you still know anyway. Thank you for your help : ]
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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.
appear. You can do different function you want for your monitor to do such as turning the menu off. Observe if the button is working properly, if it is stuck the "menu" on screen won't go away.The buttons are either on the right hand side facing you or under the panel.Buttons go bad due to improper use. If it is bad you have to replace the control panel.
plug in a different monitor temporarily, check your display settings (right click background, settings, advanced, monitor)
and set refresh rate to 60hz.
plug in this monitor again and see if that helps
some monitors (lcd's especially) cannot handle beyond 60hz