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cookem

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<_< pixzels to high can,t see what can i do????

can,t get to settings because i can,t see it screen distorted

Edited by cookem, 21 March 2004 - 06:45 PM.

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tazz1964

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hi
welcome to geekstogo
you can check you setting in display properties.
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Hey!

Maybe it's not your computer, but your screen.
Can you see a black border around your screen or
does some content appear to be outside the screen?

If so, there should be a way to change the horizontal
and vertical size on your screen. Where? How? It
differs from monitor to monitor.
The icon for vertical sizing looks (usually) like a rectangle
with an arrow pointing up and down.
The horizontal sizing icon then looks like a rectangle with
an arrow pointing left and right.

( Next we get to the positioning of the screen ;) )

If these buttons are not available anywhere on your
monitor, nor can they be found as icons in a menu...
You will have to contact the manufacturer of your monitor.

Hope this helped.
Let us know if it does ( or if it doesn't )

Success :tazz:
Ojo
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