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Hi, I have a HP 2509B 25 inch monitor connected to a HP P6709c desktop computer using an HDMI cable. When I try to run the display at 1920 x 1080 (recommended settings), not all of the display is visible. I can run it at lower resolution but it does not look as good. I have tried to manually adjust it using the monitor controls, but I cannot figure it out. Any ideas? Graham Campbell

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reboot the system by pressing F8 if your using windows OS and select last good configuration.

you can try also selecting Enable VGA mode (press F8 while rebooting and select ENABLE VGA mode).

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