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I'm running Windows 98 and I've noticed some vertical and horizontal shrinkage on my monitor. Not excessive but somewhat annoying. Anything I can do?
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by:homer99
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Did you try to adjust your monitor settings manually?
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by:Voltan
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Will await a response
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by:Voltan
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I'm not sure how to adjust monitor settings manually.
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homer99 earned 150 total points
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There should be buttons on the front of the monitor, usually with a '+' and '-'.  If not what kind of monitor are your using.
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My monitor is a Compaq MV520
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