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Windows 7: background help

17 Mar 2010   #11

windows7 premium x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sergiogarcia9 View Post
If you are using an image smaller than your res, and the stretch or fill option, it will end up blurring out.
Look online after HD wallpapers, those are insured to look right on pretty much any res.
idk why its doing that though
i didn't have any trouble with vista.

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