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This means you have to install graphic card driver. if you had CD of motherboard or graphic card then install driver from there. otherwise download proper driver for your graphic card from internet

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Need to shrink my computer screen back to normal size have windows vista


Right click on any open area of the desktop screen and select Screen Resolution. There should be a recommended Resolution size or keep trying different resolution till it fits the screen. Your screen size will determine your resolution. 17in 19in 22in 24in etc.


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Jan 20, 2013 | HP TouchSmart Computers & Internet

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No matter what I try including tool's, I can not get a full screen could you give me some advise please and thank you


Click Start/Control Panel and look for Appearance and Personalization. Open the Screen Resolution. Adjust your resolution and see if that does it for you. Normal resolution is 1024x768 but you can also give it a higher resolution.

You can also get there by clicking Start, then in the search box type resolution. Look at the top for the returned search results and click Adjust Screen Resolution.

May 18, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Why is resolution changing with every page


Your laptop screen resolution should be set to the maximum supported. This will give you a sharp picture and greater detail.

Right click the desktop screen and click properties.
Now click settings tab, top right.
Use the slider bar under the heading screen resolution and slide it to the right.
Apply and click Ok.

See my guide for additional help in this regard.
How to set your Desktop Screen Resolution?

Take care!
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Apr 27, 2012 | Lenovo Computers & Internet

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I have SAMSUNG LCD 943 MWX monitor which is 19"


This is not a monitor problem.This is a mother board problem, some mother boards are supporting this resolution.For this problem,you have to replace the mother board or put the graphics card on the same mother board.your problem will solve.

Feb 18, 2011 | Samsung 943NW Monitor

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I cant play my game on full screen,my screen resolution is 1366*768 and the game resolution 1024*680,my screen doesnt adapt...please give an idea


Just right click on your desktop and take properties and then choose display settings and then you will be able to change your desktop resolution as you require.


Good Luck

Feb 04, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have two computers and the screen turned black at the same time. i know the monitors work because i can hit f1 and i can seen and work on the screen. i tried to reboot but nothing happens and i also...


The problem might be that your system is trying to start with a high resolution that your screen can't support. All you have to do is to reduce the resolution of your screen, so follow these steps

- Reboot your computer.
- Press F8 right before Windows starts you will get a troubshooting menu.
- Select start on VGA mode.
- Once you are on the system.
- Go to your Control panel->Display->Settings->Screen Resolution.
- Decreese the screen resolution. Try 1024x768 or other resolutions, if the screen turn to black, press ESC to discard that resolution and then try an other one.

Good luck.

Nov 27, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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With windows7 screen is small@1024/768 is ok if you use 1440/768 how can i use 1024/768 and get full screen 20 ' wide screen


Hello.

If you have a Wide screen monitor it can only (look good) in a Wide screen resolution such as 1440x768.

1024X768 is the lower resolution, and it is for normal screen (square) monitors, not for wide screen monitors.

You cannot get a full screen at 1024X768 resolution with a Wide Screen Monitor.

Hope that Helps.

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Screen resolution for Acer P221W


1680x1050.
It also depends on the video card how high the resolution can go.
That's the max resolution though.
Here's the complete specs for your monitor.
Have a good day!

Jul 18, 2009 | Acer AL1916W 19" LCD Monitor

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Screen resolution


The correct resolution is probably 1440x900. iF it is at that resolution, then tell me is the black part on all sides of the picture on just on side or the other of the picture???

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