I think this is what it's called but I'm not quite sure tbf, aha.
Yeah, so I updated packages last night like I do every night, and when I booted my computer this morning I had a problem whereby the display ran over the edge of the screen. This has been a problem for a while, but I rectified it by changing a setting on the nVidia program, however I think it has been updated to remove said feature as I can't find it anymore. I have no settings on my screen to adjust this either, so I'm sorta stuck without the ~20px around the contour of my screen. It is a problem at all available resolutions.
Here's a lil' pic of my problem:
Edit: Probably also worth mentioning the screen was originally detected as "Laptop" in the Display setting and had many resolutions to choose from, however now it's displayed as "OEM" and only has three.
Edit2: After a very lengthy Google search, I'm yet to find a solution. The most promising solution I've came across is the command
xrandr --output LVDS --mode 1920x1080 --scale 1.25x1.25, however it returns the error
warning: output LVDS not found; ignoring. If there's no solution, is there some sort of system rollback in Ubuntu that I could use to restore the previous configuration?