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Quarter screen display for cd games

When my son loads a cd game he gets only the top left hand quarter of the screen showing the game. Its not a condenced complete display showing in the quarter screen it is actually as if the game is playing with a full screen and only the top left quarter is displayed. The other 3 quarters of the screen is black?

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  • freemo123 Sep 03, 2008

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I don't suppose the game being on CD has anything to do with it. You don't mention if you are using XP, Vista or what, so advice is general

Several things you should check :

1. on control panel, look at display settings - especially check you don't have multi-display settings (i.e. set to display screen over multiple screens) switched on.

2. click on icon for your graphics card in taskbar if you have one. Check the settings for your graphics card (probably ATI or Nvidia, but could be under name for brand such as Sapphire or XFX)) - also look for multi-display settings here.



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