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I have been having issue with full screen

I have been having issues with the full screen capabilities. When watching a show in full screen mode I keep getting kicked out to the normal screen size. I made sure that I turned off all power and screen saving options and I've tried setting popup block both on and off to see it that's effecting it. Also, I turned off other apps running on task bar. Nothing is working. Do you have any suggestions?

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