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most games and boot won't fill up screen


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i made a change to my video settings, and i forgot what it was, and now when i get the loading windows screen, the screen witrh the window's symble, anyways, it is like widescrene looking, but the sides are also curved, and it sucks, and a few games won'tstreetch it to full screen, but win desktop stretches it, it is wierd, any seggestions?
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what, no seggestions?
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nobody? and it might now of even been a configureation change, because i am pretty sure all i did was ajust my screen posation, but htne it stoped working right in certin games, the screen, it only changes to full screen if it uses Direct #D or Glide or some type of video rendering mode liek that
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Have you tried changing the refresh rate?
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nope, didn't even touch it b4, it is currently set at 60 hz, it is an old AppleVision 1710 17" CRT monitor, think changing refresh rate will help?
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60hz is pretty hard on the eyes, try bumping it to 75mhz.
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you are a god i bow down to you, it helped, it is perfect now!

oh, by the way, so 60 hz...hertz the eyes?
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