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Monday, May 7, 2012

Right hand third of screen is on the left side of my sreen?

Hello everyone!

I have a 2TB harddrive configured just for Windows (Its neccessary) I have added a 250GB hardrive just for Linux, I have debian installed with ubuntu alongside it, past issues made me go with the two harddrives. when I switch to debian the righthand third of the screen is actually diplayed on the leftside of my screen ( if I run my cursor completely to the right, it wiill end up on the leftside). the ubuntu installs log in screen is shifted to the left, but when I log in it is adjusted, I adjusted the resolution lower and it works fine now (except for the log in screen). debian is just messed up no matrter what. I uninstalled and re-installed several times to no avail. drivers seem to be up to date, but the graphics is not being recognized. any suggestions would be helpful.

(windows 7 was installed on the 2 TB HD and the screen shift as with ubuntu was on that also, and fixed with the same screen resolution fix)

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