My samsung monitor shows some type of unique problem....its upper half screen folds up to the center and got compressed into the region of 3 to 4 mm of screen just above center line......while in this lower half remains unaffected and this problem sorts automatically after 3-4 hrs....
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There will be buttons on the front of the monitor where you can change the position of the screen, you could also do this in the display driver on your macbook although I couldnt tell you exactly how on that particular mac, pretty sure the menu onthe monitor will get it sorted though.
I would try an auto-adjust first see if that helps any, also you could try it on another PC to make sure its not your video card on your PC. Another option is to reset the screen to its factory defaults see if that does anything.
It sounds like your backlight isn't working properly. LCD screens have backlights that illuminate the colors produced upon their surfaces, so that you can easily see the screen without an external light source. In your case, it sounds like your backlights either aren't cailbrated, are damaged, or were produced unevenly.
There is most likely not a fix for this, though most all LCD screens have some form of light distortion. My own LCD screen is slightly brighter around the edges, where the backlights are located, but this is only noticeable when displaying a completely black screen.
if you can't expand your screen size from the pulldown menu or vertically or horizontally center the picture one or two of the centering coils could be partially burned out. the monitor uses electromagnets around the crt neck to center the picture. varying the center controls apply or take away voltage from the coils to center the image. may be time for a new monitor
I'm guessing you may need to download the proper software and drivers for this monitor. Have you always had this problem and now want to change it? Try this website: http://static.tigerdirect.com/pdf/samsung-206bw-manual.pdf