New Graphics card displaying Internet pages smaller?

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starlight64

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HI all,
I just had my computer restored and put some more memory and a new graphics card in it. It is a Ati Radeon HD 4650 Sapphire. The colors are more vivid, Graphic intense pages load faster. Only problem is some Websites like Facebook for example.... seem to be displaying in standard resolution. The stuff that normally is over on the right side are more toward the center. Leaving blank space on the right. Now, I have to say that I had a problem with my picture when I first turned on my computer. My stuff was going offscreen on the left and there was a little black space on the right so I went into the settings and manually drug the screen over to the right a little. So I may have screwed it up. I don't remember if my monitor had a disk. Should I look for one? If I take it back to default it may take the left side off screen again so I'm not sure what to do.
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starlight64

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ok, I'm back since no one responded. I am gonna add a little since maybe I wasn't clear. On the left and the right On Facebook as well as some other sites There is about 2 inches of Blank space where normally there is text/ links. This isn't the worst prob I have though as I just had someone fix my computer and it is already crashing.
Thanks,
Rhonda
 
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