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If this is an incorrect display setting on the Operating system right click your desktop, choose properties then click settings under screen resolution bring the slider all the way to the left, choose apply. This will lower your resolution temporarily, if the picture fills the screen appropriately, we now know this is a software issue. The next step is simply to find the resolution you like the best. IF this does not resolve the problem, it is most likely a monitor problem. On your monitor there should be button allowing you to access the "reset to defaults" option. If you're unable to find the menu option let me know what make and model monitor you have. If you are able to reset to defaults and the picture is still bad, it's time for a new monitor.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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