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    Suddenly I have a screen issue and need help;

    My windows 7 pro all of a sudden --- the screen wouldn't move left all the way??? How to correct??

    Dell 24" monitor and Logitech usb mouse.
    Last edited by moonuser; 2016-11-02 at 11:51.
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    The screen or the mouse cursor? More details please.

    cheers, Paul

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    I edit the org post for the info.

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    Is the problem with the Windows desktop, or is it with an individual program you have opened? In other words, is the problem with everything on the screen, or is it just with one item on the screen?

    If it's with an individual item, then we need more information.

    If it's with everything on the screen, then either (1) your monitor isn't set correctly or (2) your screen resolution somehow reverted to a lower resolution.

    (1) -- There will be some buttons or controls on the side or bottom edge of your monitor, or maybe on the front. Use these buttons to get into the area which allows you to shift the screen left/right. Center the screen horizontally (and while you're at it, vertically). Then after doing that, go to the area which allows you to expand the screen, and then expand it both horizontally and vertically, till the image precisely fills the screen.

    (2) Right-click on an empty area of your desktop and choose Screen Resolution. Change the resolution to the recommended setting.

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