Hi all I have a laptop that runs a Intel 945 Express Graphics Chipset.
I want to be able to run a 800x600 fullscreen application in Windows XP but my laptop has a 16:9 monitor and it warps everything. Is there something I can do to make it display in 4:3?
I know that on some monitors you can change the setting but my laptop display doesnt have that option. I also know that some othe graphics cards have the option that you can select in the settings pane but mine doesnt.
Bascially I've tried playing with every setting that I can find and nothing works - is there a third party tool or some other way to get around this?
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