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Windows 7: Full Screen Problem In Games


31 Jul 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Full Screen Problem In Games

Hello!

It has been 2 months since I started using Windows 7. Sometimes I'm having fps drops while playing games like AC series, but reducing resolution kinda helps. But then, in 70% games I play, black bars appear. I've searched for solution, tried many things but failed. I'm using two display adapters: Intel(R) HD Graphics Family (Integrated) and NVIDIA GeForce 610M. My resolution is 1366x768.

Things I've already tried:

1) Selected scaling full screen in Intel Graphics Control Panel on lower resolutions

2) Tried running game in compatibilty mode of Windows XP SP2

None of these things helped... i really want to fix this (I apologize for my bad English and also for capitalizing every word in the title, I'm new after all)

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