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Everytime I try to play a video (downloaded or dvd), it comes up zoomed in by half, and I can't figure out how to fix it. I loaded it in 6 different programs, still the same problem. I used WMP, Quicktime, Winamp, Windvd, Interact DVD, and even Adobe Encore. Each one of them loaded every video file zoomed in by half. Anyone know what I can do, or is it my gfx card?
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If you right click the video, is full screen an option
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It still is zoomed in by a half, even with me putting it in full screen. I also tried 50% and 25%, still the same problem.
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Click tools then options in Media Player, click performance then advanced to see what it has for full screen mode switch
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aright, it fixed it, my full screen mode switch was unchecked, i just checked it back. Thanks =)
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Thank you for letting me know
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