What happend to my screen?

Discussion in 'Computer Games and General Discussion' started by AlanJohn, Apr 23, 2011.

  1. AlanJohn
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    It's like it just dragged the image on my screen to the left.
    I can't see 1/6 of my screen because of this.
    I was playing crysis 2 when this happend.
    I restarted it but it doesn't work.
    Please help
     
  2. Devin

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    Looks like a issue with your monitor. Try your Desktop on another monitor if possible.
     
  3. prowler

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    You know the buttons on the monitor? They aren't just for show.

    Auto-adjust that shit.
     
  4. AlanJohn
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    Not working....
     
  5. soulx

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    Click the button(s) on the bottom of your monitor that leads to the image control settings.

    After that, you should find a setting for horizontal position.
     
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    Thanks a million SoulSnatcher!!! [​IMG]
    Finally back to normal!
     
  7. Originality

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    Auto adjust is supposed to do that for you, but it doesn't always work. Sometimes monitors will lose their alignment when you change resolution (or do it repeatedly in a short time like with game opening cinematics). Sometimes just changing the resolution a couple of times will fix that, or sometimes you have to do it manually. Anyway, you've found your answer.