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Windows 7: My Monitor is only using the very middle of my screen how do I fix?

06 Jul 2012   #11


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by shelley999 View Post
smarteyeball...I literally just took this thing out of the box I had never attached anything to it, super wierd but it is fixed so it's all good thank you all
Ahh, you must have the hit the external screen :)

At least you know what it does now

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 My Monitor is only using the very middle of my screen how do I fix?

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