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Windows 7: Full screen problem in my laptop while playing games


12 Oct 2011   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.
 
 
help

i would like to try this but i don't understand how to. How do i do this?


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20 May 2012   #12

windows7 home premium 64bit
 
 
Whome they use INTEL HD Graphics

Pleas install latest Intel HD graphics driver

Then right click on desktop and select Screen resolution then select resolution 800x600 and apply and keep changes

Now go to Intel(R) HD Graphics on show hidden icons on the right bottom of your taskbar and right click on it Graphics Options>Panel Fit>(and select)Scale Full Screen
Thats it then go to Screen resolution then select resolution 1366x768(recommended) and apply and keep changes

Now open And Play Nfs MW
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25 May 2012   #13

wINDOWS 7 uLTIMATE X64
 
 

For Screen size 15",15.6"........Hey..Try this instead.It workd for me.Open the graphic properties from control panel and Check the resolution of your system.It willbe set as 1366x768,if it is,then u have to change that to 1360x768.There will be No noticeable changes on the desktop.Click OK to apply the changes you have made.Now try running the game.
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25 May 2012   #14

wINDOWS 7 uLTIMATE X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by 7h8ter View Post
i would like to try this but i don't understand how to. How do i do this?
Hey..Try this instead.It workd for me.Open the graphic properties from control panel and Check the resolution of your system.It willbe set as 1366x768,if it is,then u have to change that to 1360x768.There will be No noticeable changes on the desktop.Click OK to apply the changes you have made.Now try running the game.
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20 Jun 2012   #15

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chintan123 View Post
Very simple steps:

i have tested it in my
windows 7 32bit ultimate
dell laptop
ati mobility radeon hd 4570
latest ati catalyst driver-application
1366x768 screen
with GTA San Andreus game

1)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
>centered
- 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 .

you have done,full screen full resolution boom

(if it does not work than try all this procedure after minimizing the game .as i have first started game than switched to desktop via tab button (minimize game) and than i have done above all procedure.i am just saying i dont no that if this stuff affect or not but try if you want.)

(here i have done changing resolution by two diff methods and use full screen option in ati application
first u might not get three option in configuration option and also cant change scaling option as they are brown as mentioned in step 2 but after lowering resolution u can access them)

if u like please respond
thankx
have a fun
Holy f*ck! It worked... I was suffering all the day until I found your post.
Thank you man!
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29 Aug 2012   #16

windows7 Home Premium 64Bit.
 
 
Full screen problem in my laptop while playing games

Hi
i used Sony vaio 15 inch along with windows 7 Home Premium (Service Pack 1)
recently i have installed Age of Empires ii and also yesterday i installed Commando game.while i play the both games, i found full screen problem, mean i cannot play the game with full screen. i get black bars on each side of the screen. its very irritating. please help me to how fix it. pls

my System description -

Intel Core(TM)i5-2450@2.50Hz
6 GB RAM
Windows7 Home Premium (Service Pack 1)
DirectX 11
Graph-AMD Radeon HD 7500M/7600M Series
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12 Nov 2012   #17

windows7 homebasic 64 bit
 
 
Full screen resolution problem during game play

Hi,
I am using Lenovo Z580 Laptop with windows7 homebasic 64 bit OS.I have Nvidia Geforce 640M 2GB Graphic card. I am also facing the same problem.Please help me...
Thank you
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16 Jun 2013   #18

windows 8
 
 

Hello... its worked for me too in my hp laptop core i3... but now i'm using dell core i7 and i can't find the Ati ctalyst option or any other graphic card controller in my laptop...please help...

Thank You...waiting for you reply
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16 Jun 2013   #19

Windows 7 Ultimate x86 SP1
 
 

All of u see chintan123's post
do all steps or see my Thread ''Classic Games Widescreen resolution'' in this section
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28 Aug 2013   #20

32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by annyarun View Post
Hi All,

I use dell inspiron 15 inch along with windows 7.
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..

Regards,
Arun
hi
yo must do these:
1.change your resolution to 800*600
2.right click on desktop and select graphics option and panel fit and scale full screen
3.change back your resolution
it's ok
good luck
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