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ok i have a new laptop and cause i am the best ICT er there is *kuch* *kuch*

no i have a small prob that mine screen aint fully filt....

on the left and on the right i have 2 big black side bars with nothing and in center normal et.

mine screen is 17.3 inch but that cant be the prob cause mine pc screen is bigger.

someone has a solution for me?


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Ahh! I've had the same problem. Just go to options . > system > resolution.
You'll probably see resolution set to 800x600 . just play around a little bit with the different screen sizes, and you'll eventually find one that fits your laptops screen : )

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thank you i will try it out :D

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thank you i will try it out :D

np, tell me if it worked :)

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I have same problem now with new laptop,and if i change resolution nothing change,so there isnt way to get fullscreen with laptop ?

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yes there is just check what is ur current desktop resolution and see the what resolution ur using currently and fill those values in the width and height
/seta r_mode -1
/seta r_customwidth
/seta r_customheight
and after doing those cvars in console, just /Vid_restart and you should have fullscreen and you might wanna add that into ur current cfg file so you don't have to do that everytime

Edited by Zephyr, 11 December 2012 - 06:39 AM.


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yes there is just check what is ur current desktop resolution and see the what resolution ur using currently and fill those values in the width and height
/seta r_mode -1
/seta r_customwidth
/seta r_customheight
and after doing those cvars in console, just /Vid_restart and you should have fullscreen and you might wanna add that into ur current cfg file so you don't have to do that everytime


i did it without the a, like this

/set r_mode -1
/set r_customwidth 1336
/set r_customheight 768

and then just exit and start game

but yeah this is the best method and it worked for me!

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Thank you very much guys!! Great now i can start to play with new laptop atlast :) and it works now exellent! thanks ;)




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