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Stretched display on 2009v screeen

Display has stretched horizontally, using Windows 10: how to re-set?

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Re: display stretched

Look in the graphic properties, either via link on the right side of the taskbar or via a right click on an empty place on the desktop. Change as needed.

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Alas, Graphic Properties appears on neither task-bar nor right-click list!

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Here's my right click on the desktop.

Here's mine.


-> Yours will be different but you must roll with the changes. Kees called out graphic properties, but my list didn't have it but something Graphic Settings, Display Settings and others to try.

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Yes, I'd done everything that looked even slightly related to the screen before washing up here; none had produced any change.

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