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    Screen aligment problem

    Hi guys, i have a problem with the alignment of the screen, it results shifted to the left, with a portion cutted off... I use windows 7 and a 19" LCD wide screen, and i have set the compatibility for win xp.


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    Re: Screen aligment problem

    Very odd. Is windowed mode the same?

    I suspect some kind of alignment setting in graphics card options

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    Re: Screen aligment problem

    Dunno, how can i set the window mode?

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    Re: Screen aligment problem

    In window mode is perfect, thanks a lot guys!

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    Re: Screen aligment problem

    try going to ur display settings on windows and play around with screen position or resolution. > right click on desktop and choose screen resolution or personalise

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