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You may have set the resolution or refresh rate for the new monitor to a setting that is out of parameter for the old monitor. Try reducing both your resolution and your refresh rate to a minimal setting with the new monitor plugged in, then plug the old monitor in and see if it works.
thats really odd that windows 7 doesnt give you full screen but the game does? change your resolution settings around to see if that helps altho i doubt it. check menu settings on your monitor and see if you can change its aspect ratio
Odds are that you have your power saving setting a bit high. (or the monitor is poopy)
Your compuer will go into stand-by mode on it's own.
Go to Control Panel and Power Options and set them accordingly.
You can adjust your settings to something more to your liking by right clicking on your desktop in an empty area - then choose "properties" from the menu that pops up.
In the new window go to the tab that says "settings" and adjust the screen resolution to something a little larger. If you change your desktop settings in this manner then a window will pop up immediately after the adjustment asking you if you want to keep the new settings or revert back to the old one. If you don't select something within like 15-30 seconds it will change back. It does that just in case you change the settings so bad you can't see anything.
Another place to adjust the size of your fonts is to go to the "appearance" tab of the same menu and look for "font size" and there you can make your fonts bigger and ridiculously big, in case you still need to after changing the resolution.
I hope you find this information helpful, have a blessed day!
This sounds like your resolution is set too low,
right click on your desktop and select properties
Choose the settings tab from the window that appears, then you should be able to see a slider that tells you your screen resolution.
This is most likely set to 640 x 480, the setting you want should be in the region of 1024 x 768
If you are unable to change this setting, you need to check that your display adapter drivers are installed properly in "Device Manager"