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HI, please be more specific in what the problem is!
Is your desktop not fitting on the screen properly?
If that is the case, there is usually an "auto" setting that can solve the issue, and that is found in the monitors setting menu, or via a button on the front... Also some monitors will auto adjust when you first turn them on.
If that does not solve the issue, you have to use the settings provided with the software for your video card. Not the software that windows uses to adjust resolution, but the software that is specific to your Video Card, like: AMD, Nvidia, Intel... The software they provide will let you adjust the shape of your desktop to fit your display properly. It might take some doing to find the setting though.
try factory settings - Press Power to turn screen off - Press and hold Select/Auto - Press Power to turn screen on. LED will be Orange instead of Green - Release Select/Auto - Press Menu - You will see 2 additional options (Factory 1 & Factory 2) - Exit as normal - To return LED to Green, Power off then Power on
To reset colour: - Choose Factory 2 - Choose Auto Color1
If you have an Auto Adjust option on your monitor, press that and it should adjust the screen to the correct size.
The button should be on the panel or it might be a setting in the monitor settings itself.
This is common with wide screens and the screen resolution needs to be adjusted to keep the correct aspect ratio.
My method, open MS Word - new document then Click on Insert - Picture - Autoshape and select a circle and place this shape in the document. Then if you wish to make the shape larger, then hold down the Shift key and drag the corner box to make the shape larger. NOTE by holding down the Shift key, the circle will keep its shape and not distort.
Now Click on Control panel - Display - Settings and adjust the screen resolution and then view the Word doc with the circle, if it is not a perfect circle then, adjust the screen resolution again until you see a perfect circle. I suggest you start at the highest resolution that suits you and work down.
If you are using Windows Vista right mouse click on an empty area of the desktop and select personalize. Click on the tab for background and there are options there to fit to screen, stretch image, tile, etc. Select the stretch image and then apply. It will make the image fit your entire desktop. If you are using Windows XP it would basically be the same steps exceot when you right click you would select properties. Hope this helps.
Try using the 'degauss' option of your monitor. It should be in the on screen menu, or possibly a reserved button for it. If not, you may have the options in your menu for the monitor to adjust the shape of the screen manually, you'll just have to go through the menues carefully using the various buttons on your monitor. If nothing fixes it, I would just replace the unit, as repairing it would likely cost more than buying a new one.
The first button is the E-power button for the Auto preset function.With it you can select presets like text, standard, graphics etc. depending on your use. When you select any button the options are displayed at the bottom of the window. These tell you what button to press to select the next option. For example press --menu-- > -- > -- menu , to adjust the horizontal and vertical position.
To turn off the monitor you must press and hold the --circle with the line -- button for a couple of seconds.