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Compaq fs740 my monitor dit not adjust the horizontal I don;t now wath hapen I'try to adjust but I can't I need the repair guide or the schematic as soon I need to repair the monitor

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  • wakko Aug 17, 2007

    hellp to find the answer

  • Anonymous May 20, 2009

    I cant get the horizontal properties of my monitor fixed not with the buttons on the bottom on the screen on any program i have used so far out the i tried the drivers HQ but it didn't work

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U need to go into your control panel then display settings to adjust rersolution

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