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Windows 7: my Games not playing in full screen

05 Feb 2012   #1

windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
my Games not playing in full screen

Hi All,

I use samsung SF411 14.9 inch along with windows 7 home premium 64bit.
recently i have installed nfs MW. but when i cannot play this game with full screen. i get black bars on each side of the screen.. its very irritating.. please help..

)Go to ATI CATALYST Applicaton:
- Graphics/Desktop & Display/ click triangle button in big Screen Model and press "Properties" option
- now change resolution to lower one.(in my lapy i have changed it from 1366x768 to 1280x720.)
- Save & Exit.
2)now again go to ATI CATALYST Application
- Graphics/Desktop & Display/ this time click on bottom left small Laptop icon's triangle from where u can get to "Configure" option
- now you will find three scaling options:
>Preserve aspect ratio
>full screen
- u select full screen button
- save & exit.
3)now go to desktop
- click right click of mouse
- go to "Personalize" option
- than click "Display" button
- in that u will find "Display Resolution" Option,go to there.
- now change resolution to max (as it was 1366x768 in my case)
- apply ,save changes abd exit .

can anyone tell me this type of setting for Nvidia Optimus gt force plssss help anyone yar

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06 Feb 2012   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I don't know about your settings, but there is a third party tool available. It's called 'nfsmwres' (if you Google it, it comes up from several sources) and it is supposed to let you change the game to more resolutions than were originally supported. I don't have Most Wanted so I can't confirm if it works or what it does, but some folks on the and Need For Speed forums speak quite highly of it and say it addresses the widescreen issue.
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