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    BIOS and Windows Boot Logo NOT Centered (not aligned)

    Hello, Iīve tried searching the forums, I ussally can get all the answers I need by searching, however in this case I canīt seem to get the correct word combination for my search. My problem is the following:

    The Bios and Windows boot logo appear to be NOT centered on the toushcreen they are off to the left. Anyone know how I can correct this problem?

    I have:

    Lilliput 7 inch touchscreen (619)
    Via M10000
    Opus 90 W
    512 RAM
    80 GB WD HDD


    Thanks in advance.

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    Is windows centered when it loads?



    if not then look at the menu options your screen has, there should be something to adjust the horizontal and vertical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    Is windows centered when it loads?



    if not then look at the menu options your screen has, there should be something to adjust the horizontal and vertical.
    Yes once windows start everything looks perfect and centered. The Mis-alignment only occurs with the Logos at boot up/ start up.

    Anyone got any ideas?
    thanks.

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    Well try using the lilliput menu to centre it when you're in the BIOS, the screen 'should' rember different positions for different screen settings.

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    use the pause/break key at the bios and boot screens to make it easier as they are different resolutions and will be needed to independently.
    oh and if it doesn't continue to boot after pressing the pause break- no need to panic it doesn't screw anything up.

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    Thank you very much for the tips guys! that solved the problem, a combinatin of using the pause/break button and the V and H position of the lilliput menu was the trick.

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