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Screen when enlarged scrolls

When i maximize the screen the screen starts to scroll fast and it also does it in the beginning when i start it up. is there a way to fix this?

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This is called "panning"... and it means that your laptop is using a resolution higher than the monitor itself will allow.

In your display setup, there should be an option to "display all modes, including panning"... disable that, then select a resolution from those that are left available to you. These will be your laptop's native modes.

Hope that helps.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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