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Set or change the screen resolution · Right-click an empty area on the desktop, and click Display Settings. · In the left pane, click on Display. Set or Change the Screen Resolution · Close all open programs. · Click Start, and then click Control Panel. · In the Control Panel window, click.
 
 

 

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Gently press down on the outside edges of cards and memory modules that are inserted into the motherboard to better seat them.

 
 

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I suggest you to try to install all the pending Windows Updates if any are available. If you are unable to do this in Normal mode, I suggest you to boot the computer in safe mode and then try to update the chipset and display drivers.

In Safe Mode computer starts with minimal set of drivers and files. Hope this information is helpful. Was this reply helpful?

Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Here is the link to where I found the help though how I state it may be simpler and more concise Using the bars to the Right of and under the small picture of the boy, scale slowly until happy.

Thank you for pointing me in this direction. I was almost ready to undo the Windows 10 upgrade. Update the Display driver: Updating a driver. The MS basic display driver is only a placeholder and doesn’t offer much screen resolution , sleep or hibernate. Almost any modern display hardware or PC will have a newer driver that either comes in shortly via Windows Update or needs to be imported from the PC or Adapter’s Support Downloads webpage. More here compiled for the very best install of all which is always a Clean Install Windows I clicked “update”.

Then Windows 10 said I was using the most recent driver. The Windows 10 update screwed up my computer and the new driver was a disaster.

I hope whoever is working on Windows updates learns about how bad this “new driver” was. I’ll bet this same thing took place on thousands of other computer monitors Yes, we have been swamped with cases from people who had their displays messed up by recent Updates.

Your suggestion to roll back the driver is a known fix, as well as updating the driver. Besides choosing Roll Back on Display device Driver tab in Device Manager, if that doesn’t work or is greyed out you can also choose Update driver, then Browse PC, then Let Me Pick to have a list of all previously installed drivers to try them, working backwards.

Just to add to my prior comments. My screen looked great for several years, and when I updated to Windows 10 some years ago it still looked great. Then suddenly after the most recent Windows 10 automatic update the computer footprint was not filling the entire screen – with an even border on all sides with nothing and spatial distortion on what was seen.

I didn’t touch anything. Tried rebooting. Then I looked up this issue and saw the above method of “updating”. But my problem was Windows had screwed it up by updating. So I first tried to “Update” the driver and got the message that I was using the latest driver.

Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member. So, just yesterday I started the download for windows 10 on my computer that was windows 8.

I’ve tried to contact support fro over an hour, and it isn’t working, someone please help me! This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.

I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Previous Next. Hi, Thank you for your interest in Windows Thanks for your feedback.

How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Open the Device Manager right click on Start-Icon in left corner 2. Then click Display Adapters and click your display card. Click on “Search for a driver on the computer” second entry 4. Click “Select driver from list” 5.

Pick the newest one you have 6. Restart your computer and it should work I was having a similar problem when I looked up this page. To open, right click in screen and open Graphic Properties. Wait for the loading screen 3. Using the bars to the Right of and under the small picture of the boy, scale slowly until happy 5. Click apply Hope this helped anyone else struggling. In reply to benzar7’s post on August 12, Mr Easy I fixed this problem real easy by right clicking mouse on blank space on desktop and selecting Graphics Property next I selected Customize Aspect Ratio then you can adjust the internet window by pushing arrows left or right and up and down till it is perfect the way you like it.

Good Luck I hope you solve your problem as fast as I did In reply to MichaelTreister’s post on November 26, Presto – back to normal. I hope this helps anyone else with the same problem. This site in other languages x.

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