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The display has a black border and the image is smaller

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Hello,

I've a VAIO laptop, now the display has a black border and the image is smaller. Is there some key? Are the driver. Some time if I restart the display is ok, but now, no.

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Silviall
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this may help..

right click on the display and select "properties"
then select the "settings" tab.
then use the slider bar under the "Screen Resolution" section and slide it all the way to the right.
then click "apply" thne click "ok"

it looks like the viao  ihad its  screen resolution reset - maybe after a certain application or game (crashing or exiting incorrectly)

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Also install the latest video driver too from Sony Vaio website
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