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Need help with Acer moniter (solved)

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by jerecho, Oct 29, 2012.

  1. jerecho

    jerecho Regular member

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    I have an Acer moniter (model H233H) that I have hooked up to my computer using a HDMI connection. I use it as my secondary moniter. My problem with it is that I can't get it to go full screen no matter what I do. I have tried all the settings and even tried to get updated drivers from the Asus website but it claims that there are no drivers available. I am running Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit.
    The moniter is close to full screen but has black bars around it. About an inch on both sides and about a half inch on top and bottom.

    Thanks
     
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  2. JST1946

    JST1946 Regular member

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    Maybe they have a control panel for the video in the contol panel. Mine has an NVIDIA control panel so I can adjust my monitor settings.I'm not sure if that is any help to you though.
     
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    jerecho Regular member

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    I finally figured it out. I had to install Catalyst Constrol Center. Then I went to "My Digital Flat-Panels" Then went to "scaling options" Then moved the bar all the way to the "overscan" side


    Thank you for you responce JST1946
     
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    Your welcome. I guess that is similar to what I have on my computer.
     
  5. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    will keep that in mind with my 24in acer screens as i have 2 of them.
     

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