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Acer x191w monitor background is moved to the right with about 2inches of black on left side.

I tried the horizontal and vertical adj.on the monitor but it won't move it far enough left. Thanks for any help!

Posted by gove scrivenor on

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  • gove scrivenor Jul 20, 2007

    unfortunately it didn't work.... i sure do appreciate your effort!!

  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2008

    same thing happened to me. on my laptop, when i pressed the auto and menu buttons together, it fixed itself. with my desktop, this would not work. i think that's what caused the problem in the first place. not sure, though. the changing resolution solution offered by one poster is useless. he doesn't understand the problem

  • MG_Eagle1 Jul 28, 2008

    Resolution wont go higher than 800 x 600.do i just need to d/l a driver?
    please help
    thanks



  • pyt76 Aug 31, 2008

    same thing happened to me when I switched to an acer monitor from a different monitor-didn't have this problem on the other one.

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Here is the fix;

1. Go to Screen Resolution
2. Select Acer Monitor
2. Find Advanced Settings and click
3. Find Screen Refresh Rate and change it to 75Hz
4. After the monitor flicks, changes it BACK TO 60Hz.

This fixed the problem for me. Hope it helps. :)

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I tried this and it still does not fix my problem. I went into Menu and hit reset by mistake and that totally screwed up my monitor. Now the left side gets cutoff and no matter what I change the resolution to it does not fix it.

Whjat should I do?

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

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I had the same problem. i think it was caused by pressing the auto and the menu buttons at the same time. doing this again fixed the problem on one computer, but not on the other. changing resolutions has nothing to do with it.

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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Try changing your screen resolution settings. You may do this by RIGHT clicking on an open area of your desktop, select the PROPERTIES option from the dropdown menu, click on the SETTINGS tab, then adjust the SCREEN RESOLUTION slider in the bottom left of the box until you get a setting that returns your screen to normal. Hope this helps!

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