Hi everyone, I've been trying to get an external monitor to run at native resolution with my first-gen MacBook, but I'm having a really strange problem. I'm running with a Samsung T220HD LCD TV/monitor and a 2.16ghz white MacBook. I have the Samsung monitor plugged in through a mini-DVI to VGA connector and then a VGA cable to the monitor. I have all the system preferences set up properly, and I am not mirroring the display. I wanted the second monitor so I could get more screen real estate while I work on some projects or so I can watch stuff on the second display while I use my computer. The monitor works and all, but the problem is that when I try to set it to its native resolution (1680 x 1050), the display on the second monitor is shifted an inch and a half upwards. I can tell because when I plug in the monitor and open Microsoft Word, the top ribbon with all menu options is completely off screen and I have to reach past the edge of the display to pull it down so I can see it. The bottom inch and a half is also completely black and does not allow my mouse to reach past it. I searched the forum for a bit to see if anyone else had this problem but I couldn't find a thread. If anyone can help me solve this problem it would be great. At lower resolutions (1360 x 768 in particular), the display properly takes up the whole screen but then text becomes fuzzy and makes it difficult to work with. Thanks in advance!