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Solved: Serious Monitor Problem

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by DarMaka, Jul 7, 2006.

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  1. DarMaka

    DarMaka Thread Starter

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    Hi there,
    I have a serious problem here. My mom's work computer is a Gateway M460 with an Intel Pentium M processor running at 1.60GHz and has 256 MBs of RAM.
    Anyway, my little sister who is 17 months old got ahold of the thing and started hitting buttons like crazy. Now the screen has shifted entirely to the right. even the track pad and arrow keys are shifted and it's driving me crazy trying to figure this thing out. Any ideas how to solve the issue?

    Here's an image:
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    Thanks a bunch,

    -Bill
     
  2. Claymore

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    Looks like your screen is rotated. Look in Display Properties => Settings => Advanced and look in the available tabs for your video card for a Rotate option and set it back
     
  3. DarMaka

    DarMaka Thread Starter

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    Ah! Problem resolved, thanks there buddy, you don't know how thankful I am, lol.

    -Bill
     
  4. imkrazyboutu89

    imkrazyboutu89

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    I have a major problem with my monitor also. It is shifted to the right and down. I have changed the settings on the actual monitor and it hasn't fixed it. I have tried going to the display settings and there is no tab for the video card. I have tried everything I can think of. Please help!!
     
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