black line on side of screen 100% expanded

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sharad430

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my screen is expanded horizontly 100% then also it is not covering whole screen
black streaches r their on sides
 
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sharad430 said:
my screen is expanded horizontly 100% then also it is not covering whole screen
black streaches r their on sides
You just need to adjust your monitor--it has settings to make it grow larger vertically and horizontally and to move left, right, up, and down.
 

sharad430

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sir i have adjusted and incresed it 100% mark horizontaly then also there is black on of about 2 inches
 
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It could be the monitor is dying. You need to try it on a different computer and see if its the same there. You could also try changing the screen resolution and see if that fixes the problem.
 
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If the monitor is going bad one problem might be that it wont expand to fill in the black area and you will probably need to buy a new one. You need to try a different monitor on your system or take your monitor to a friends computer to see where the problem is (Monitor or computer). We dont recomend opening up the monitor because there are dangerous voltages inside. Its cheaper to replace monitors instead of paying to have them fixed.
 
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You could try changing the refresh rate on the monitor or perhaps chosing a more appropriate screen resolution for your monitor.
 
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