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Moniter Stretched? Please Help Asap


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#1 xxxshiftxxx

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Posted 27 August 2008 - 10:41 PM

so, I wanted to hook up my lap top to a toshiba flat screen tv via the S video cable.... to wacth a Divx movie on the tv(not a porn, haha)... anyways, I hooked up my s video cables re booted the laptop and nothing.....

well, I started messing with the display properties... and went to the settings in that section... it has the picture of the 1 and 2 monitors... i drug the moniters around a bit and now my desktop is stretched out?? my icons that were all the way to the right are now about 3 inches fron the side... WTF?? any idea how to get this back right....

I figured out how to get the video up on the TV but now my desktop is stretched out or something on my lap top... HELP!!

O ya... Windows XP SP2

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Posted 28 August 2008 - 01:30 AM

Try changing the resolution setting for the display. Right click on the Desktop > Properties > Settings tab.
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