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This worked for some but not all,.]
I;m assuming you have an ATI card also:
I had a similar problem with my HD 4850 when switching from vista to Windows 7. I actually found a fix inside the ATI Catalyst Control Center.
Open CCC and somewhere in the display configuration for your monitor ensure that there is no over/underscan.
For some reason my CCC had a small degree of underscan turned on which led to the black bars you mentioned.
A word of caution, when you start your games up and pick the native resolution the underscan may show up again. Just turn on any options for windowed mode and/or full screen and then turn off windowed mode again and the black bars should go away. Hope that helps!
No sorry, I have a NVIDIA card. So I cant do that.
I had the same problem and I fixed it myself.
1. First of all, right click on Desktop and select "nVidia Control Panel"
2. If a prompt appears, select Advanced Settings.
3. On the left hand side, in the pane, expand "Display", then select "Change flat panel scaling".
4. In the middle of the window (somewhere says 2. When using a resolution lower than my display's native resolution...) Select the third radio button which says: "Use my display's built-in scaling".
5. Click "Apply"
Hope it helped!
I got the prompt up and running, Didnt find the "Change flat panel scaling" .
So I guessed it was change resolution, only to find out that neither of the options you mentioned above were there.
I messed around with the whole resolutions thing with no succsess.
How my screen looks like In game (used fraps to take a screenshot, so the annoying black edges didnt come up
, and for some reason it didnt screenshot the game, only the other stuff on my desktop..) :
The NVIDIA Control panel: