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Vollyman

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  1. I'm completely serious. I would not waste your time otherwise. Here are a few threads that other people talk about the issue. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/a564fffa-ebd5-4c22-8b79-623475faf342/dual-monitor-display-cutoff-on-one-monitor-nvidia-gtx280?forum=w7itproperf https://www.reddit.com/r/techsupport/comments/3ldsuy/pcs_external_monitor_has_its_left_edge_cut_off/ http://askubuntu.com/questions/80324/hdmi-vga-connection-cuts-borders-of-screen-or-creates-blurry-text I've researched this a bit and through shifting how my personal monitors are con
  2. more information on the topic: http://myitforum.com/myitforumwp/2012/09/24/cleaning-up-old-pc-monitor-data/
  3. This is a weird one but may be helpful. For those who run multiple monitors (I have a 4 monitor setup) you can experience your monitor settings get out of wack. What would be nice is have a detection that would do the following for each monitor: 1. Detect the monitor model 2. detect the resolution settings 3. any other information pertaining to that monitor (except the driver) for my setup I would get from this process 4 returned items (one for each monitor). I could then delete the 2 that are giving me trouble and let windows create a new setup for me. The reason for this is the se
  4. CCleaner is a top quality product and I have promoted it with my clients for years. Saying that...I was working on a laptop for a client yesterday and to my horror I discovered the maulware folks have a new trick that I just ran into. I go to google to download ccleaner and I'm made the mistake of using the fake ccleaner package and it "tried" to install a bunch of maulware. The shielding I had setup beforehand stopped it however I had to spend hours scanning to make sure nothing got through. When you type in "ccleaner" in google Search it shows up as an ad at the top of the search result
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