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2nd monitor is messed up!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Harvest, Mar 30, 2008.

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  1. Harvest

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    So I hooked up a 22 inch LCD monitor as a 2nd monitor as I wait for my custom pc to arrive.

    I had it working perfectly, then I started messing with settings with the ATI Catlyst Control Center. I hit clone the desktops and that wasn't right so I went back. But when I went back, the 2nd monitor was messed up!

    The screen seems to be over to the left a bit and when I open firefox in it is seems stretched. Its still the same resolution of 1680x1050 but its all messed up.

    Please help and thank you.
     
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    I restored it to the factory defaults and it was still messed up! Its like it is over to the left by a lot. The background is over to the left and there is a black line on the right. Stupid! What did I do in the CCC? How am I supposed to fix this because I had it working. It must not be something with the monitor but with the CCC.
     
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