[SOLVED] Two LG monitors displays not lining up vertically


Feb 16, 2010
I have Windows 11 running, though this issue also showed up in Windows 10 before. I have two identical 24" LG monitors standing next to each other. The display is extended with the main view on the right monitor. The monitors are connected to an RX550 card with the latest drivers.

When you drag a window over from one monitor to the other there is a very noticeable difference in the vertical location of the window from one monitor to the next. Measured with a ruler the part of the window on the left monitor is about 8.5cm lower than what it is on the right monitor.

Put another way, if I want to move my mouse to the left screen it will not go over unless it is at least 8.5cm from the bottom of the screen. In reverse the mouse will not go to the right hand screen if it is in the top 8.5cm of the left screen.

Here is a photo of the problem: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rC0gvnFcfYM0TJ6xVbcVVeouGTO0TLtM/view?usp=sharing

Any ideas how this vertical difference can be corrected?
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