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daftsarm

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I'm not really sure what's causing the problem, so I'm not sure where to post this, so it's going here for now.

When I play movies using the full screen on my Compaq Presario (whether it's the DVD playback program that was installed when I acquired the computer, or Netflix online playback) it cuts about 1/4 an inch of the image on the right side and transfers it to the left side. I'm not sure if you can picture what I'm saying. If not, let me know and I'll try to explain it differently. It's not a huge problem, but I'm a perfectionist and it's annoying and I can't bring myself to watch anything when it's like that. Oh yeah, and it did this about a year ago, but then it stopped.

Thank you so much, in advance!
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i dont have much idea but why dont u check the screen might be it having some problem or change the media player in which u r playing files.
if possible plz post some screeshots it can help others to understand ur problem .
thanks :) :)
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I tried to get a screen shot, but for some reason it won't work.
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heve u tried with some aother media player nd whether all videos have same issue or only specific kind of videos
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