Do you have two monitors?
If so, turn the other monitor on.
If not, goto Display Properties, (either in the Control Panel, or right click the Desktop and select Properties), then select the Settings tab. Does the image there show two monitors with 1 and 2? If so, the 2nd one should be grayed out. If it isn't, highlight it then unselect the "Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor". Perhaps someone is playing a trick on you.
If that doesn't work, then find the Taskbar icon for the window that is too far to the right and right click it. There is an option to "Move". Click that, then, without moving the mouse at all, hold the mouse's left button down. Now, move the mouse to the left. The window should drag back to the left and when you have it positioned the way you want, release the mouse button. Then minimize the window, bring it back up, and it should remember where it is.
Does that help?
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