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The resolution of the desktop has been changed. Go to Start , Control Panel, Display, Properties and from there change it to the correct one - it's listed as the default resolution in the user manual of your monitor. If you don't have the manual just try all the resolutions available until you find one that fits and looks well.
before you change your screen resolution, you should know first the dimension of your monitor..
this is the common screen resolution for 22 inch LCD monitor:
1600 x 10241920 x 1080up to 3840 x 2400 Note: You can only use this resolution if your video card supports this given screen resolutions.You can set your resolution through configuring the display setup.
Have you check all connection to see if they are right,
check if no cable was unplug, if you have and yet no picture display, It
could be that the picture board on your monitor has started
malfunctioning, since the power led or button is on, it means the
board of your monitor has developed fault.
The best thing for you
do now is to take the monitor to a local repairer within your vicinity
or any service center
to help with the replacement of the picture board
because the fault is not something you can fix yourself, in order not to
With the on-screen controls, select Auto-Adjust. This should set suitable defaults based on the incoming signal. If you are using the VGA connector and the position still needs to be adjusted, use the on-screen controls to shift the displayed image to the proper location (under Display Settings -> Horizontal Position).
Your new monitor will show a "native resolution". In the instructions below, try that setting first. If that fails try other settings.
- Right-click on an empty spot on your desktop - Chose "Properties" on the menu that appears - Click the "Settings" tab (at the top right) - Move the "screen resolution" slider to a different number - Click "apply" - See how you like it - Repeat until you get a setting you like.