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How do I move my screen image???

Posted on 1998-04-22
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On an older Compudine monitor with a newer Trident 9680p Graphics card w/ 1 meg  on, my image is cramped to the left of the monitor and leaves a space on the right side of about 1 1/2 inches.  This happens at  600x800 but not at 640 by 480.  I need to run the higher resolution, what can I do?
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I know of ONE program that allows you to re-center the screen. It's called SCITECH display doctor. you can read about and download it from
http://www.softseek.com/Utilities/System/Review_6413_index.html

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Lodo, it appears that you have rejected "jlove1's" answer.  I never have liked scitech's display driver myself.  I do have a program that will allow you to actually move your screen and allow you to seat it correctly. And it will also allow you to perform every tweak possible to a video card.  The program is called "PowerStrip"  and you can download it here:
http://entechtaiwan.com/ps.htm

I hope you will accept this as an answer if you do not like using display doctor like myself.
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