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Re: regarding my desktop screen settings
K i think u changed graphic settings like fonts and size of the i-cons like that dont worry manju>do a system restore>like
Log on to Windows as Administrator.
Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click System Restore. System Restore starts.
On the Welcome to System Restore page, click Restore my computer to an earlier time (if it is not already selected), and then click Next.
On the Select a Restore Point page, click the most recent system checkpoint in the On this list, click a restore point list, and then click Next. A System Restore message may appear that lists configuration changes that System Restore will make. Click OK.
On the Confirm Restore Point Selection page, click Next. System Restore restores the previous Windows XP configuration, and then restarts the computer.
Log on to the computer as Administrator. The System Restore Restoration Complete page appears.
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If you v-size is already at 100% then the issue is with the picture being sent to the monitor. Based upon what kind of input you have for the monitor there is a number of different ways to fix this. I will assume you are using the monitor with a desktop computer. If this is for XP, then there is a simple fix as follows, adjusting your display properties: Right-click on your desktop background and then click on "Properties" this will open up a new window. Select the "Settings" tab, then drag the green arrow in the "Screen Resolution" field to the desired setting. Since you have a "widescreen set-up" you more than likely have a resolution where the first number is about twice the second number...they should be close to even to have a square image (bigger numbers show more detail than smaller numbers). Hope this helps!
Going by the fact you have posted this problem under the desktop section the yes of course you can replace the monitor with just about any make you wish.
There are plenty of choices of monitors to choose from out on the market these days and just because you may feel like you want a branded monitor like Dell for example, it doesn't mean that the cheaper brands are worse. In actual fact you will find that lesser known brands are made by companys like LG/Philips.
I also recommend that you get yourself a flat screen LCD monitor as the larger CRT monitors can fail after a while.
Sounds like the monitor is being made to show a resolution it does not support. Check the available resolutions the monitor supports and then check what resolution the video card is giving, if it not compatable, you get the black and blue screens.
For the video card, right click on the desktop in a an empty area and choose properties > settings > your resolution from the card will be there. Now from there click on advanced > click on monitor and look at the monitor settings. Make sure the box is checked to hide modes the monitor cannot display. Now click on the adapter tab and click below on all modes. This is the list of all modes that both the monitor and the video card argree on. Make sure the settings in your game match one of these and you should be good to go.
Hi, Its possible that your cmos settings were changed prior to this problem so as not to display cmos settings options at boot up. Have you tried resetting your cmos settings to fix the problem? You can do this by a jumper which is usually found on the mother board named "clr cmos" (clear cmos). Let me know if this is of help or not. Regards, Graemevm
Have you checked you monitor settings on the monitor? You may try setting you monitor the factory default and then re-adjust from there. Have you tried upgrading your vidoecard drivers?
1) Check actual setting on the monitor.
2) Make sure you are using the proper monitor drivers.
3) update your video card settings.
Let me know what happens.