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have you made sure the video cable is plugged into the screen and the back of the computer correctly. You could also try a new video cable, because the problem may be that the wires inside the video cable have frayed. If that doesn't fix the problem you could try using a different monitor and see if you can replicate the same problem with a different monitor, if you can, the computer may have a problem with the graphics card. If you can't replicate the problem with a different monitor, it seems as though your northgate innovations monitor has developed an internal fault, if the monitor is within warranty try and get a free repair or get it replaced (if you have the receipt.
Hi, Make sure that your vga or graphics driver are properly installed and not corrupted. And you can also try downloading another video player like VLC player. Try this link: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ Thanx
To view a video in LG KP500 in full screen, the video resolution shud be 400x240, which is the exact screen pixel of cookie. So, try converting into that size & see that in landscape mode...... Njoy......
what is the website, or you can't watch all the video online in full screen, if you use themes for your computer for example crytal clear which turn xp into vista it might cause this problems, unistall it.
It sounds like it is to much work for your system. The ram is relitively low and your graphics card needs upgraded. When you try to play it full screen, your computer has to try to produce a higher quality result and it is just too much work. I would recommend a ram and video upgrade if possible. If you can't upgrade the video, at least get more ram. It's not a guarantee that it will make a big difference depending on your video card, but there is a good chance that it will.