Question about Computers & Internet
First of all, You have not specified that whether you are using any graphics Adapter OR not.
If you are not using any video adapter(Graphics Card):
Your problem may cause due to less aspects or if you have seted ur resolution at the rate which is outta your screen Reso;ution Range. To fix this problem it is recommended to set your screen Resolution at 1024 x 768 Pixels (Standard Setting).
For this You must follow the Following steps:
1. Right click on your Desktop screen.
2. Go to Proprties.
3. Select "Display Setting" tab.
4. Adjust your Screen Resolution at 1024 x 768 Pixels. Click ok
5. Apply the Setting.
Else if you are using any Video Adapter then Follow till step 4.
go to advance and then click "Monitor" tab and then check for "Refresh Rate". Increase or decrease the refresh Rate.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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