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[vox] Squished Monitor

Hey all, 
     Here's the problem, I have a KVM switch set up between my two windoze 
boxes and it seems to have caused a problem with my monitor.  I just got a 
second processor for one of my boxes and so I put Win 200 on to take 
advantage of that (Linux too so don't worry)  This morning, I logged into 
the box to finish installing some files when, randomly, the mode of my 
monitor changed to a squished down hourglass-type shape.  I figured this 
would be no problem and pulled up the on-screen menu, but none of the 
monitor functions did anything to change this.  I changed resolution as 
well, but nothing changed the overall shape of the monitor.  I turned off 
both boxes and unplugged the monitor.  Then I unplugged botyh boxes from 
the KVM swtich and reset the switch.  Upon the restarting both boxes, the 
problem remains.  I'm stumped, anyone have any ideas?


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