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im sure you gather by the topic what this is about lol

i have just completed a new build, and i have installed windows 7 home premium on this build and i have set the resolution but there is a black bar of screen at the bottom.

i know to sort this i need to make a custom resolution but i cant find out how to do this in windows 7... to be hones this is my first time using 7 always used xp before.

the video card im using is a nvidia g210

i have looked in the properties of the video card and cant figure out how to do it from there and also looked in control panel and no joy

thanks in advance
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Right click on desktop, click "Personalize", then "Display Settings".
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Right click on desktop, click "Personalize", then "Display Settings".



the resolution in there only lets me do 1600x1200, 1280x1024, 1024x768 and 800x600 so no custom resolution ??? :):):)
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I've never heard of custom resolution.
Do you have back ground set to "stretch"?
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no.. i just ran windows update and its sorted

thanks
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Cool :)
Thanks for posting back :)
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