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Originally Posted by sgman123 View Post
I already tried all the horizontal settings on the monitor itself...
Are you positive? If (via your Mac's System Preferences) you have chosen the correct resolution for this display (native resolution 1920 x 1080)...those black bands you see on each side of the display...to me sounds like a setting within the monitor itself.

As you've already done...you access these settings via the the buttons & onscreen menus of the display. There should be some sort of horizontal control...that allows you to "expand" what's outputted to the display from the computer...so that it fills the entire screen.

Double check those settings.

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