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Screen Offset When Playin a Game

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
Technical Question

When I play a full screen game (Medal of Honour) my screen is offset...like the LHS on the right and RHS on the left.

Has anyone has this problem before and know how to fix this?

Rep will be added!!!

Thanks
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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not very clear what you mean here, offset is moved one way or other, do you mean flipped?

usual cause of "offsetting" is game is set to different refresh than windows desktop.
Go to windows desktop, right click, select properties, settings/ advanced/adapter and set refresh to optimal.
also adjust game resolution to same as desktop.
#2
Its kind of wierd. What I SHOULD be seeing on the LEFT of my screen appears on the RIGHT of my screen and vise-versa.

Also it lets my mouse leave the screen on the right and enter on the left if you know what i mean. i.e. the mouse boundrays change
1 Like #3
I take it you mean on a pc rather than a console, access your graphics card settings via the control panel from the start button- or right click the icon if you have 1 in your bottom left menu (by the clock) and the easiest way to sort it would be to reset all graphics card settings to default. Unless its a moniter prob where you will just go throught the moniters onscreen menu to reset. ;) hope this helps
#4
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I take it you mean on a pc rather than a console, access your graphics card settings via the control panel from the start button- or right click the icon if you have 1 in your bottom left menu (by the clock) and the easiest way to sort it would be to reset all graphics card settings to default. Unless its a moniter prob where you will just go throught the moniters onscreen menu to reset. ;) hope this helps


That sounds like that might do the trick. Will try this when I get home tonight. cheers rep added
#5
This sounds like you might be using VGA, is that the case?
#6
i had this with MoH. i used the button on the monitor screen to refresh/degauss? and it worked after the second attempt!

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