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How to reset shifted logo of Win 8.1

I was send same question in some forum, but there is no response. So I'll trying asking once again here and hope there anyone can help me.
I buy this laptop with win 8.1 included and yesterday I intrested to try linux for second boot, everythink is okay except one, my windows logo that appear asus logo is shifted toward the bottom right. I cant give the picture yet.
The question is how to reset the boot logo as it before I instaling linux? Thx for response and sorry for english

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The boot logo

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Varies with each model. As the full model number is not here, it's best you ask Asus what's up with that.

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booting from Grub?

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the boot screen sets it's own minimal resolution in the grub.cfg file. You can make permanent changes in /etc/default/grub file, so when you do grub updates, you won't get a reset back to the default currently there when it rewrites the grub.cfg file in the /boot folder. The line you'd change in that file looks like this, but you would uncomment it if you want it to become active during grup updates.


Once the system is finished loading it changes to whatever resolution is set in it.

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