Hello Bob, and welcome to Sevenforums!
For now, if it helps you any, you might try lowering the resolution just so you can see more. Now, there is a program called "revo uninstaller" that is free and removes more parts of a program than windows uninstaller does. If you download it here
, you can use it to remove all parts of your graphics driver, and install the new one again, clean. Make sure you uninstall ALL parts of it, and any other graphics related software for your GPU. By the way, what is your computer called? Then, go into the control panel of your GPU (if you have it) and change the resolution from in there.
You might run this tool just to check some things: SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker
Flashing the BIOS is dangerous and should only be used as a last resort.
Are there any keys on your laptop that enable you to adjust the monitor screen? Usually you don't have to do this with digital monitors, and especially not with laptops... I doubt you even have such keys on a laptop.