...will possibly be the graphics options you have set on each computer. You mave have to make sure both the resolution and the refresh rates are the same for both computers, and all the software you're using.
1) right click on an unused part of the desktop
2) select "Properties" from the pop up menu
3) click the "Settings" tab (you can see and alter the resolutions here too)
4) click the "Advanced" button
5) click the "Monitor" tab
You should see the "Screen refresh rate" drop down slot. At each desktop resolution this can change. If your computers use different refresh rates for different resolutions (these change automatically to the setting you have in each of your games) that confuses the alignment in a monitor. Try to set them to something similar (60Hz is usually standard across all graphics and monitor hardware), and make sure the same goes for the games you play.
Alternatively play games in a window rather than full screen (again an otion in one of the game's setup screens). This means they don't resize the display, or alter the refresh rates.
OS: XP Home
I hope I can explain my problem and someone might know how I can fix it.
I have an Compaq V720 monitor and a HP computer.
My problem is that some of the information boxes or online games I play do not look the same as they do on my other computer. In some cases the writing in the box is not where it should be and I can't click on boxes to continue things such as registration of sites as I can't click on a yes or no box because they are not there. I have no problem on my other computer. One online game I play is all squeeze in on this computer but on my other it is displayed alright.
I am wondering if I need to download new drivers or is a setting change that needs to be changed. Thanks in advance for any suggestions. Thanks Susan