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Screen display problem!!! please help asap!! :(


vish22794

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I have a Samsung LED screen (wide) 19 inch and a saphire radeon 6770 graphics card (2gb) installed. everything was well and the screen was fully occupied and all that! but the last time i switched it on, i find that in an open window, the whole window occupies the full screen (ie the tittle, menu bar, the borders of the window etc.) but the content inside the window doesn't seem to fit the whole screen, it is limited to the centre of the "window". And at the sides i can see the layout or background colour of the particular page that i have opened...

to understand the situation better..please take a look at these pics (screenshots):

http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w430/vish22794/screenprob2.png

http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w430/vish22794/screenprob.png

http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w430/vish22794/screenprob3.png

please help me get it back to normal...thanks in advance...:(

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vish22794

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@woolwell..its chrome..but in the other browsers too it comes like that itself... @nontek..no no..i know the double sided arrows come when it is minimised..but this is the maximised state of the page..stil i get those gaps...on either side.. @brynit & evreyone...it would fit the whole screen before guys...:( and the current resolution is...1600 x 900!!

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vish22794

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@woolwell...its chrome..but in ie n mozilla too it comes the same way... @nontek..no no..i know that the double sided arrow comes when minimised...but this is the state of the page when it is maximised..:( @brynit & others...no guys..it was fine...it would fit the whole screen..without any spaces...:( take a look at this..

http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w430/vish22794/Untitled.png

do u guys with widescreen also get this screen the same way?!

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Nontek

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I have a 22" Widescreen, and yes I do get those side gaps if I have Maximized Browser window. So I run my Browser (FF) in Minimized mode.

My normal Desktop, behind the Browser window, is Full-screen.

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Woolwell

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That's how it looks on my 22" widescreen using Chrome.

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lotvic

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My webpages look like that. Just adjust it with Ctrl+scroll wheel.

Here's examples: http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/8317/yahooscreendisplay.jpg and http://img4.imageshack.us/img4/2904/pcascreendisplay.jpg

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vish22794

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Thank you so much all of you!! :)

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