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Old 2010-10-22, 22:18
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Default Windows 7 Full Screening

Well... I just upgraded my Windows to Windows 7. But now I can't full screen some games. On my old Windows Vista, I used to be able to fully full screen any game but now when I try it doesn't work. Games like Snow Sakura for example leave the box window size but has black borders all around. And other games like FSN full screen it but with 4:3. Is there any way to make it so all the games completely fill the screen?
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Old 2010-10-23, 06:49
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I think your problem is with the aspect ratio, which must be in "center when in fullscreen". You can change it to "fill", which, well, fills the screen (things like FSN will be stretched though). The best would be "keep aspect ratio", but it doesn't seem to work in Windows 7.
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Old 2010-10-23, 10:32
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Where is the fill option? I'm looking at the Display but can't find it.
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Old 2010-10-24, 18:35
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You should update your display driver. (go to your VGA's manufaturer's site and download the latest pack). Don't use the default driver.
Latest driver from Intel, AND, nVidia will solve your problem.
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Old 2010-10-26, 05:51
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Where is the fill option? I'm looking at the Display but can't find it.
I have it at right click at desktop, graphic options, screen fit
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Old 2010-10-29, 06:51
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Can't find the fill option still and I downloaded the DriverCure, updated everything and still no good.
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Old 2010-10-29, 18:15
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In Spanish, but it should help

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Old 2010-10-29, 23:47
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Mine looks like this though; can't find the option your talking about.

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Old 2010-10-31, 18:27
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Mine looks like this though; can't find the option your talking about.

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You should update your display driver. (go to your VGA's manufaturer's site and download the latest pack). Don't use the default driver.
Latest driver from Intel, AND, nVidia will solve your problem.
From the screenshot I think that you're using the default driver which does not contain any utility from the VGA's manufaturer (for ex: AMD Catalyst control center, nvidia control panel, Intel GMA control panel). These utilities has the option you need and they may automatically adjust the display for you.

You can get the driver suite from:
- intel.com
- ati.amd.com
- nvidia.com

or your card's manufacturer website.
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