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My monitor screen dropped down 2-3 inches


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Nurse777

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Hello, I'm new. I left my computer for about an hour and when I came back to it the monitor screen images all dropped down about 2-3 inches.

I have a black empty block at the top of my screen where things should be. The bottom of my screen is there only if I dig and hit it by accident.

I mean, my toolbar is way down there.

Does anyone have a clue what I should do? I've already gone through the little bit of troubleshooting I fould find.

Thank you, Nurse777
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phillipcorcoran

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I assume you have a PC and a monitor and that you're not referring to a laptop screen?

If so, it's probably a monitor adjustment issue rather than anything to do with Windows.
On your monitor there should be some adjustment buttons, either below the screen or just under the bottom panel.
You probably need to adjust the 'vertical position' of the display with one of those buttons.

This is one of those problems that without me actually being there it's difficult to say which button (or buttons) you need to press, since different monitors have different controls.

Please post again if you still need help.
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