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New LCD Monitor Problems...plz help!

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Ok I just purchased a Hyvision MV190T 19" LCD Monitor/TV for my PC. The monitor has power and the RGB connector is connected to both the pc and the monitor. However, when I turn on my PC, I don't see any loading screen like I used to. Instead, the display is black and the power button on the monitor blinks like it's in standby or something. Then, a few minutes later, I can finally see my background, but NO ICONS or anything is visable. I tried right clicking and going to properties, but I can't see the menu when I click that. I right click and hit New > (document of a program) and I can't see that either. No start menu, icons, nothing. Also, when moving my cursor to the right, it goes off screen when it reaches the end. This leads me to think that somehow my monitor or pc thinks there's another screen that everything is on (i.e. start up screens, icons, start menu, etc). I can't seem to figure this out. My only options, and they are limited, are changing a few settings on my monitor which doesn't seem to help, or changing the resolution when I right click but nothing works. Please help!! I have an eMachines PC and the monitor is listed above. I have an nVidia video card as well, and the monitor is connected via RGB (not DVI).
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Reset windows and hit F8 like u want to enter safemode

there will be a menu try and start windows in vga mode.

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