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Horizontal setting is Out

I am facing a problem of Horizontal setting. My picture is coming in the centre of the screen. I am not able to Expand the raster to ringht or left. Vertical raster is fine. Facing problem in adjusting the horizontal raster on my monitor. Please help. I have tryied all settings from inside.

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Once you're ruled out your PC and video card by trying a different monitor, I would suspect the problem is a bad video / signal board inside the monitor. If so, it needs component-level electronic troubleshooting to locate the bad part(s).

Posted on Jan 12, 2007

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