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User Info: someidiot777

someidiot777
4 years ago#1
Hey guys and gals,

I having a problem with my Gateway computer that was Window 7.

The mouse keeps going off screen on the right of the screen.

The left, top, and bottom stops the mouse from going over but the right doesn't.

Please help me cause the gateway support tells me it "tapping", I don't know what that is.
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User Info: Darkness_Heir

Darkness_Heir
4 years ago#2
It sounds like you have Windows set up with a another monitor (that isn't connected). Try Windows Key + P and change it to Disconnect Projector.
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User Info: Theholyrat

Theholyrat
4 years ago#3
maybe its ur mouse or are u using the touchpad?

User Info: Damaged7

Damaged7
4 years ago#4
Mine does that too, except its the bottom of the screen that makes it dissapear and not the right.
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User Info: ipwnu713

ipwnu713
4 years ago#5
Go to Control Panel > Appearance and Personalization > Adjust Resolution and see if a second monitor is connected.
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User Info: HollowNinja

HollowNinja
4 years ago#6
The problem is overscan. Check you monitor settings, and if not, then check the settings in your drivers.
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User Info: EpicKingdom_

EpicKingdom_
4 years ago#7
Darkness_Heir posted...
It sounds like you have Windows set up with a another monitor (that isn't connected). Try Windows Key + P and change it to Disconnect Projector.


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User Info: someidiot777

someidiot777
4 years ago#8
Woot, thanks a bunch guys and gals.
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