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Graphics will not go fullscreen even at BIOS level

Posted on 2008-06-23
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Hi,

I have a problem with a Dell Latitude c610 - the graphics will not display full screen (will ot stretch to the edge of the creen) even at BIOS level. Any ideas?

Thanks!
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You need to press the FN key F7 or F8, can't remember which.
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That should read

You need to press the FN key AND F7 or F8
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Fn+F7 THANK YOU!!!
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