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Does display properties/settings give you an option to increase the resolution of the TV? 1024x768 is quite small/low for a 21'' monitor.
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Hi Trippster, tried moving it right up to 1600x something and its still in the same position, its really strange no matter what the resolution is it stays in the same offset position ,thx
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This is probably a long shot, but what is the 'Position" setting under Display Properties -> Desktop, set to?
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Hiya, hmm i dont think i can see a position setting? what does it say, i can only see a resolution setting
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Resolution setting is found in the "Settings" tab of Display Properties. While the 'Position' setting is found in the 'Desktop' tab of display properties.

Hope this helps.
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Ah yes i have it set to stretch
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