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Pictures and icons look squatty How do I make them look normal?

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Change your resolution. depending on whether its a widescreen or not, this can make pictures look squatty. if its widescreen, generally 1400x900 is a good resolution. on regular ones 1280x1024 is generally good. but that also depends on what size ur screen is also

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