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Screen stretch the screen has stretched and everything looks wider, how do I fix that?

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Try adjusting the screen resolution, adjust it to a lower setting, then back to the original. If this doesn't work, then uninstall the video drivers from the device manager, and reboot. The machine will find the video and reinstall the drivers. One of these should fix the problem.

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