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Windows 7: Resolution problem in toshiba l 510

22 Dec 2010   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
Resolution problem in toshiba l 510

Hy, I'm meet resolution problem in my laptop. my model is Toshiba L510. the problem is, when I play a game, the resolution of the game has looked smaller and not fullscreen.

So, i'm try to find the solution and the solution is,

1. Go to the Desktop
2. Press Fn , and you can see a dongled menu
3. Press Space to set the zoom control, and choose the Normal Zoom
4. Test again the game!

It work in my laptop, and now my game is running in fullscreen mode. ohhh, by the way all of My game is running on Win 7.


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22 Dec 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 (64-bit)

Hello there, Gidionxp, have you tried to change your ingame resolution to match your desktop resolution, and also to check the "fullscreen" box inside the game's options?
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16 Jan 2011   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
Yeah, But It doesn't full works for many game

Yeah, I had Try that, but the different when we set the "In game Resolutions", the game looks Bigger, BUT not Full in Screen (I try in 1024x 768 - 1280x768 because my laptop doesn't support more than that). So, when the Resolution set to 1024X728, the screen looks smaller, and not Full on screen. It means the Full screen checkbox didn't work, BUT when we set the Zoom setting like I said before, Even in 1024x768 resolution, The Game display is stretching and Full in screen.

thx 4 your comment punkster

Sorry 4 didn't reply quickly
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