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Resolution problems on notebook monitor

I have an old acer 5610z with vista home on it.I had it hooked up to an external projector now when I boot it there is a black area at the right hand side and a blurry 2inches on the bottom.The graphics properties state the resolution options as 800x600 and 1024x768 the widescreen resolution is supposed to be 1280x960 or something.I can't find a solution anywhere.

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  • Gradient Apr 10, 2008

    No,No I meant the monitor attached to the notebook.It's native is 1280x860r960 but not 1240x768 by any means yet in the graphics properties and the device manage the monitor is set to generic 1024x768 it used to be in 1280 is their anyway i can restore factory specs?

  • Gradient Apr 12, 2008

    No somehow I deleted the clone monitor.I can't seem to re-install it.

  • Anonymous Aug 09, 2008

    I have A IBM laptop that does not download A free trial for sac.irca pinnochle because it states that the operation system needs Resolution Support to run the program

  • marinesparks Oct 08, 2008

    acer aspire 5610z for some reason has ablack column down the right side of the screen and a slightly blury area at the bottom of the screen ,, it looks likethe screen is showing 4:3 instead of 16:9 wide screen how do i rectify this,, it was working fine last nite but when i turned it on today it had this problem

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Check your projector settings. it should be matching the resolution on your laptop.

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