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Having Trouble Adjusting Screen Image

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  1. HowdeeDoodee

    HowdeeDoodee Thread Starter

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    I am having trouble adjusting the screen display. For example, on this screen where it says Home Podcast or Forum Rules, the lines are squeezed together so the lines overlap each other. Can someone help me adjust the screen display so I get a more realistic image? It is an adjustment issue but I do not know what to adjust or how to adjust the image.

    Thank you in advance for your reply.

    Here are the screen image details and monitor info's.

    General Information :
    Product ID : ACR024E
    Model : V213HL
    Serial Number : LSJ0D0018513
    Manufacture : Week 5of2012
    Video Input Type : Analogic
    Max. Horiz./Vert. Size : 48 cm / 29 cm
    Monitor Size : 22.1 inches (estimated)
    Aspect Ratio : 16:9
    Gamma Factor : 2.2
    DPMS Active-Off : No
    DPMS Suspend : Yes
    DPMS Standby : Yes
    EDID Version : 1.3

    Features :
    Maximum Resolution : 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
    Horizontal frame rate : 31 - 83 kHz
    Vertical frame rate : 56 - 76 Hz
    Bandwidth : 170 MHz
     
  2. dai

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    go into the video card software nvidia control panel and adjust screensize

    amd should have a similar setting
     
  3. HowdeeDoodee

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    I am totally perplexed. I.E. displays fine. FF displays with blocks cut off at the top of the page. What is the issue here? The site indystar.com display is fine in I.E., while FF displays with colored blocks cut in half. Text blocks are not so bad in FF.
     
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  5. HowdeeDoodee

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    Well, Flash Player was installed but the problem remains. The icons on the desktop look a little squeezed or elongated on the horizontal. Any suggestions?
     
  6. dai

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    see if there is a update to firefox,try reinstalling it
     
  7. HowdeeDoodee

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    I already tried an update about an hour ago. No change. The problem only seems to be in FF not IE. Weird.
     
  8. dai

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    see what happens when you zoom out
     
  9. HowdeeDoodee

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    I tried that. Nothing happens. Some lines at the top of the page are nearly hidden. Some text, whether the text is actually text or graphics, nearly disappears. There is no real change whether I zoom in or zoom out.
     
  10. dai

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    i cannot suggest anything else,nothing matches on researching the problem

    i have never used firefox so not familiar with it's settings

    try an older version
     
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    Thank you for the replies.
     
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