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Computer screen has moved from the horizontal postition to the vertical - not the actually monitor, just the screen

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...hi, i've got a 2" wide black vertical area on


That reads like an alignment problem on the monitor, rather than a computer setting.. If you have a flat-panel monitor, usually on the front, lower right or along the right side, you can press a Menu or Settings button, press + or - to the Horizontal setting, press the Select button, then press the + or - button to move the display to the right. Press the Select or Menu button again to set the new location.

The actual button designations could be different.. best if you look at the manual on the monitor.

If graphics card will let you oversize the display, it might also have a Pan option that would let you slide the display back to the right. In that case, look in the Notification area (lower right) of the screen for a graphics card icon that will let you Pan right.

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Long story short, double check the cables make sure that you don't have any external speaker close to the monitor, the magnet in the speak can cause this issue. If that doesn't work then you might need a new monitor since is would be cheaper then fix the power supply. You can also check out
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/308385-33-monitor-horizontal-lines-moving-vertically

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Horizontal and vertical lines


Have you tried to run diagnostics at boot-up?
Have you tried to test with a known good graphics card?
Have you tried testing with another known good monitor?
Other issues would be corrupt video driver(s).

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Just set your Display setting horizontal or vertical where you feel need, it is easy and simple.

Good Luck

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DPMS (Display Power Management Signaling) is a standard developed to save energy and maximize the useful life of computer displays. By switching the horizontal and vertical sync lines on or off, a DPMS compliant video card provides the capability to place the monitor into one of four modes (Normal, Standby, Suspend, Off).
Each mode puts the display into a different powered state from fully powered up, to the Off mode. In the Off mode, only a small auxilliary circuit is running which monitors the horizontal and vertical signals to wake up the monitor.

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OSD Lock/Unlock
Allows you to secure the current control
settings so that they cannot be
inadvertently changed. You can unlock
the OSD controls at any time by using
the same procedure.
Push and hold the Menu ( )
button for 10 seconds or more to Lock
or to Unlock.

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Help........Before midnight tonight


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I turned on my computer two days ago and the screen was so skewed on the horizontal that I was unable to view the clock on the tool bar and the start program button at the same time. I have tried to...


Most likely the refresh rate in your display settings is set to high
lust right click on an empty spot on your desktop and click "properties" from the drop down menu or go to control panel / display and once you are in the display settings window click the "settings" tab on top then click "advanced" then "monitor" and make sure it is set to "60hz" (some monitors go higher but 60 is safe for just about all of them then click apply and see if the problem goes away

If it is already set to "60hz" then there might be a problem with your monitor itself
or it could be a monitor setting like "trapezoid" setting but not many monitors have this setting and it would be rare for it to get accidentally changed but just in case you could always try to go into the monitor settings menu and look for "reset" or "restore" function and if your able to reset it and it still has the same problem then it is probably your monitor is giving out and time to replace it

NOTE: the above solution is based on the assumption that you are using Windows XP with a CRT type monitor (not flat panel or LCD)

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just right click right in desktop and choice properties then setting and adjust the screen resolustion

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What type of screen do you have? If it is a CRT (rather than a flat panel) it is probably due to the screen alignment.

Go into the menus on the actual monitor and look for something called Horizontal Alignment (or similar). You should be able to move the whole picture left and right. You may need to play with some of the other settings (e.g. Horizontal Size) to get it just right.

Matt.

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