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Image retention, Go to Menu and I believe pic settings go to the Burnin Scrolling feature..Will run white and black in full screen, run for an hour problem huold be solved..Happened to mine and the scrolling feature got rid of it.
Have you tried adjusting the screen resolution? If you are running windows, try right-clicking on the desktop, then going to properties>settings>screen resolution. Set it to maximum available (I think it's 1024x768 on your inspiron). This should sort it out.
All LCD displays have an "Auto" button press it and see if that fixs it. should be aparent what it does if it does it. but basicly it alines the picture with the screen. when you change back to user profile you may need to press it again.
if you hav a monitor separate from your computer(not a laptop)then just use your settings on the monitor untill it works again the way you like it..
or for laptops and monitors with no controls on them go 2 control panel>>>>appearance and themes>>>>display. then click on the tab that says settings. go 2 advanced and the dpi setting should be set at 96....and if nothing changes go 2 the appearance tab then 2 advanced. and at the bottom for the item look for active window border and the size should say 1. if it does then keepo trying to make the number bigger so your page doesnt have a black border
You are probably in the "3:2" ratio print setting. This is accessed through the "F" button, under image quality. The 3:2 is a ratio of height to width which corresponds to a 4x6 inch print. The other settings are approx. 4x5.33 inches in h to w ratio. Just change the quality setting to the larger megapixel settings and the bars will disappear.
Check the resolution settings on your cable box, you may have to call your cable provider to find out how to get into the settings menu, there is a stretch function in the settings that should make all the lower channels auto fit your screen, also see if there's a p=size button on your remote control, try pushing that when on the channels that have sidebars.