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michald

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Hello guys i have this stupid question because you see something is wrong with my monitor and i don't know what it really is so maybe you guys can tell me what is the problem. its very brully
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Hello guys i have this stupid question because you see something is wrong with my monitor and i don't know what it really is so maybe you guys can tell me what is the problem. its very brully


Brully? :tazz: I looked at dictionary.com and found nothing. :-/
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Brully? :tazz: I looked at dictionary.com and found nothing. :-/


haha you mean BLURRY. set your resolution higher.
right click desktop-->properties
click the settings tab

see the slider that says screen resolution?
if your monitor is 17" or 19" crank it up to 1280x1024
if its 15" then crank hit it up to 1024x768
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