Question about Computers & Internet
That may be due to a cable issue. Please check if moving the VGA cable corrects the problem.
It could be that the cable is not fully plugged in on either the monitor or the computer side. If so, you could try screwing it into place.
Another cause of that could be that one of the cable's pins is bent (for example by forcing it in the plug the wrong way). Have a look at the pins of the cable's D-sub and see for any bent ones. You can carefully straighten them out with a small screwdriver and plug it back in.
Hope that helps!
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