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Saturday, November 05, 2005

Get your computer questions answered...

...at the Friends in Tech Combined Forums!

Do you have computer issue that's getting your down. Visit the Friends in Tech Forums and post your questions. The hosts of various podcasts, including yours truly and your fellow computer users, will chime in with possible solutions to your problems.

Come join the fun...and learn something, too!


At 4:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the screen position on my monitor is not in the center. I've connected different monitors and the image is still off. I've checked the drivers and i've updated them, but there's no improvement

At 4:50 PM, Blogger Douglas E Welch said...

It sounds like you have an older CRT monitor, as the the newer LCD monitors do not exhibit this problem. The fact is, it probably has nothing to do with your PC settings, but rather with the settings in the monitor itself.

Each monitor has a built-in settings area, usually accessed using one of the front panel button on the monitor that allow you change a variety of settings. These settings include adjusting the position and size of the image. Older monitors can react badly to different resolution settings on the computer itself and you use these settings to move the image back into the center of the screen and make it fill the entire screen.

Look for a button on the front of your monitor labeled Menu or Setting to get into these options and then select the appropriate options to re-position your image.

I hope this helps!



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