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Monitor Problem My screen seems to have stretched. I've got an Acer Aspire 5002WLMi. It used to give a regular, non-skewed display, but at the current resolution, the picture has been stretched length-wise and at other higher resolutions, the screen scrolls. I'm tired of looking at stretched pictures!

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This is probably the result of using the wrong display driver. It may even be set for an external monitor. If it was used with an enternal monitor, connect it up to the same one (or something similar) and use the display settings to get the computer to use the LCD as the primary.

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