I just got a new 22" Acer monitor and when I click on a video, using either Windows Media Player or WinAmp, the screen automatically goes to full screen view and I cannot get out of the screen without manually shutting down the computer.
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Copy the songs from their location and paste them in your MP3s drive. Or better yet use the windows media player/winamp to sync. you can delete them the same way you add them. use the windows explorer or
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Hello, This sounds like bad resolution is set on your computer. The LG 22" FLATRON monitor has a native resolution of 1680 x 1050. However, your video card may not support this so you can also try any other 16:10 resolution like 1440 x 900.
To change your resolution in Windows XP: 1. Access the Control Panel. 2. Choose "Display". 3. Click the "Settings" tab. 4. Under "Screen resolution" move the slider to a 16:10 resolution like 1680 x 1050 or 1440 x 900.
If you computer does not support higher resolutions, you may consider replacing your video card to take full advantage of your nice 22" Flatron monitor.
if you are playing with media player then you need a double click on the video screen then it will be appeared on full screen. or right click on screen it will give you the option of full screen view in menu.
other wise download media player classic from internet it has same feature as windows media player.
It might be a bad connection on the cable supplying the screen. It can't be the graphics driver as the brightness is controlled by the screen and invertor speeds. If the connections are OK, I think you have a faulty panel as if you turn the brightness up the picture goes weird making me think the screen is faulty as the processing of brightness and contrast etc is carried out within the screen itself..
yes there is a prolem of video drivers.see video drivers are installed or not fo that right click on my computer then properties then hardware then device maneger and then righ click on sound controller then click on properties then update driveryou can automatically load the drivers from net but net should be connected