Quote: Originally Posted by Magron
unlikely the exact monitor model is relevant to this problem.
Actually it is very relevant. His computer thinks it has two different monitors connected,
1 - B2030 which is a 20" monitor with a native resolution of 1600x900
2 - SMB2230 (or likely B2230) which is a 22" monitor with a native resolution of 1920x1080
of which the 1st shouldn't be able to even run at the higher resolution.
leonsegal let's see if we can't at least get Windows to detect the correct monitor. Start with setting Device Manager to show hidden and disconnected/ghost devices, Device Manager : Hidden Devices
Under monitors right click and delete/remove any that are showing, and also tick the box to remove any software/driver. If there is more than one don't restart until all are removed. Once restarted hopefully that will force Windows to detect and install the monitor correctly. If not then install the monitor driver from Samsung I posted earlier.