Windows XP SP 2 I have an Acer AL1912 with a Nvdia GFORCEMX440 graphic card (I think I spelled that right) I know the PC came with a built in video [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread77487.html#"]display[/URL] on the motherboard but its been bypassed in favor of this one. Unfortunately most times when I boot the display is way to the right. In fact, I"ll see about three inches of black on the left side of my monitor. I"m almost certain I have some conflict with another [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread77487.html#"]video[/URL] setting. I"ve tried removing suspect items in the registry with little luck. Here is my hijack file …

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I don't think I necessarily have a virus but I thought if anyone could point me in the right direction someone here could. I have an Acer AL1912 with a Nvdia GFORCEMX440 graphic card (I think I spelled that right) I know the PC came with a built in video [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/techtalkforums/post360314.html#"]display[/URL] on the motherboard but its been bypassed in favor of this one. Unfortunately most times when I boot the display is way to the right. In fact, I"ll see about three inches of black on the left side of my monitor. I"m almost certain I have some conflict with …

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I have an Acer AL1912 with a Nvdia GFORCEMX440 graphic card (I think I spelled that right) I know the PC came with a built in video display on the motherboard but its been bypassed in favor of this one. Unfortunately most times when I boot the display is way to the right. In fact, I"ll see about three inches of black on the left side of my monitor. I"m almost certain I have some conflict with another video setting. I"ve tried removing suspect items in the registry with little luck. Here is my hijack file Logfile of Trend Micro …

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