I have to scroll from left to right and sometimes up and down to get a total view of what appears on my browser and it only happens on my starlogic lcd monitor - I have tried to adjust it but to no avail... can you help?
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what browser you use you should be able to hold down your ctrl key as you scroll the mouse button up or down to make the page smaller or bigger. just make sure your mouse is click first in the browser page someplace in an open area so its on that page..
Try to reset it
Scroll through the menu options by using the up and down arrow buttons located just under the "Menu" button. Scroll down to the "Setup" icon, which looks like a big cog. Press the "Auto/Set" button to access the Setup menu.Scroll, using the down arrow, to "Factory Reset." This setting is located at the bottom of the Setup menu.Press the "Menu" button on the right side of the monitor. This will bring up the On Screen Display. If nothing happens when the "Menu" button is pressed, press and hold it for several seconds to unlock the On Screen Display.Press the "Auto/Set" button to choose "Factory Reset" and then press the down arrow to reset the monitor.
It seems your windows resolution settings are set wrong, you simply need to adjust the resolution to match the monitor. To do this, open your start
menu, select Control panel. When the control panel is open check the
top left corner to see if it is in Classic or Category view, if it says
Category, click the switch to classic mode link. If you don't see this
in the top left look at the top right and look for Category or Large
Icon View, if Category is selected select Large Icon by clicking on
Category and then clicking Large Icon View in the list that appears.
in the proper view, click on Display and depending which version of
windows you have select Settings on the top of the properties window(XP
or older) or Adjust Resolution from the left column(Vista/7), now find
the slider bar for resolution and slide it to 1280x1024. This will set the number
of pixels on the screen.
The default and best resolution for
this monitor is 1280x1024, if that makes the fonts/icons too small try
1024x768 next and 800x600 last. If the resolution is set too low to see
the Ok and Apply buttons simply set the slider bar then press the enter
button the first time, then you will be able to see the Ok and Apply if
you need to continue adjusting.
Hope this helps FixYa,
Reply back with your version of windows if you require more specific instructions or pictures of any of the steps.
connect external monitor and look it works properly or not .if problem persists , then format and reinstall the' operating system' . use licenced OS(operating system) to install . before that verify that all drivers are present or not . if not , then take the back up of the drivers .
You can shrink the picture by pushing the menu button on the front of the monitor and scrolling down to the "vertical" and "horizontal" settings and pushing the minus key a number of times until you see the edge of the screen come into view.
Dont forget to save your setting as you exit or the picture will be too big the next time you start your monitor and/or computer.
Right click on an empty spot on the desktop, scroll down to the video control panel, may be Nvidia or ATI. Look in the left pane for an entry that states, "screen orientation" or "rotate screen". set the degrees to zero or follow the illustrated view and hit apply or ok.
you need to go to the properties of your display settings of the pc. your window size is dependent on your graphics card not the monitor. right click you desktop. goto properties. got to settings. change your resoluton. if you have a better than stock graphics card go to the software that came with the card and change the settings ther.
to change the lettering of titles, right click on the desktop and click properties and then go to appearance. to change the font of a webpage, hold down the Ctrl button and use the scroller on the mouse to scroll up to make it bigger, or down to make is smaller. (*Note- I use Firefox, and I do not know what to do on Internet Explorer. I am assuming it would be the same for Safari. I do not know about Google Chrome or any other browsers)