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On the monitor, you might be able to adjust the height from the menu or a knob in older screens. You could try right-click in the middle of the desktop, go properties and chaneg the resolution to better suit the monitor. My guess is that you have not got the right driver loaded and therefore the resolution is like 640x480 instead of somewhere up around 1024x768. You can use the "Windows key" on your keyboard, looks like a flag symbol to get at start options.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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