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Windows 7: Games not showing on full screen.....

23 Dec 2009   #1
awaisagha

windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 
Games not showing on full screen.....

hi!!!
i didnt do anything with my windows,i installed doom3 on my laptop and when i turned it on,i was :O that it is not on full screen,n it is leaving some borders from left and right side almost 1 inch both sides...i changed game resolution,but no effect...its same,and then i installed NFS MW and same was with it too...
how this can be resolved...any solution??


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23 Dec 2009   #2
UnderCover00J

Windows 7, Ubuntu 9.10, Vista
 
 
Altering resolution

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by awaisagha View Post
hi!!!
i didnt do anything with my windows,i installed doom3 on my laptop and when i turned it on,i was :O that it is not on full screen,n it is leaving some borders from left and right side almost 1 inch both sides...i changed game resolution,but no effect...its same,and then i installed NFS MW and same was with it too...
how this can be resolved...any solution??
Try changing the resolution in Windows too. Right click on the desktop and click Screen Resolution. Pick the maximum resolution available and apply changes.

You also might need to update your graphics card drivers from the actual manufacturer, not from the Windows installation.
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