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The browser view is too big

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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This suggests that your desk top resolution is greater than the max res of the monitor. From your post I assume you have more than one monitor. What are their model/brands?

As a start reduce the desktop res to say 1024 x 768 and post back results.

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