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    Screen displays too far to the right

    Every since I've been running xp all of my games display too far to the right cutting off part of the screen. I have the latest drivers for my ati rage fury and everything else seems to be current. Anyone have an idea as to what might be the problem? thanks
    System specs:
    P3 450
    768 mb ram
    32mb ati rage fury
    sblaster live
    os: xp pro

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    Does it happen if you run games in same resolution setting as your desktop is in?

    If it doesnt then you might try to adjust picture on win desktop by simply setting it to each resolution/frequency you use in games and fix the problem with monitor or ATI graphic card picture adjustments

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    have you tried adjusting the placement of the screen with your monitor buttons? May just need to be set for the particular resolution that you are using

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    Most new monitors have the ability to remember the shape-size-position for a number of refresh rates, just set the monitor controls and all should be well.

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