IBM T60 Screen resolution

Posted on 2006-10-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
When i change the resolution from the native 1400 by 1050, It is not displayed on the full screen. For example if i try to change to an 800 by 600 resolution, only the very center of the screen will have a picture and there would be a large black "border" on the edges. How can i fix this?
Question by:bhaidua
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Expert Comment

ID: 17767130
There should be a "stretch to fit screen" setting in the video settings.  Right-click on the desktop and choose properties->settings.

Author Comment

ID: 17767200
There is no "stretch to fit screen" option
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Expert Comment

ID: 17767618
Look for a screen expansion option in the BIOS, then.

Accepted Solution

PaulRKrueger earned 125 total points
ID: 17770676
It could be a BIOS option, check there.

Also, if it's an Nvidia chipset there is an option to "Change Flat Panel Scaling" in the Display category of the Nvidia control panel.

Author Comment

ID: 17774887
I figured out that there was an option in the catalyst control panel for "flat panel scaling". Thanks for the help

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