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My screen seems to look rolled up on the sides and pushed against the screen in the middle. the sides are small and swuished, whereas the middle is stretched, and fuzzy looking. its a northgate plug and play... is dunno what to do... please help me! :tazz: ;) ;) :help: :help:
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Have you tried having a fiddle with the monitor setting with the buttons at the front of your monitor?

Edited by QzXx, 29 June 2005 - 08:21 PM.

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i tried changing the width and everything... that just made it worse... cuz at first the screen stretched out really far from left to right... then it did this rolling up thing when i changed the width...
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Okay... hmmm. Try any settings you have in windows and then check the connection from your 3d card to the monitor. If all this fails then your monitor might be dying.
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i jsut got this comp last jun... lol... maybe its northgate... i heard they;re bad... but i dunno... thank you for the help though :tazz:
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Hehe, no problem. Not sure i really helped that much. Monitors aren't my strong point :tazz: .

Even if you only got it a year ago though things can die at any time. If you have a warranty try to get it replaced.
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northgate closed its operation to customers... and all wont supply any warranty services... but i think we still have a warranty with sears... i hope so... computers can be [bleep] sometimes....... lol (this post was stupid i know...)
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