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Old 01-22-2009, 12:21 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Yeah, that's my project for the weekend now
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Old 01-22-2009, 02:15 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Yes, a little better, but it'll still suck. I found out that I need to disable Scaling, somehow. But my monitor is not connected via DVI, so I dont get an option to disable it in the nVIdia control panel. Any other fix available for it?
What monitor do you have? Does it support DVI?

Check your monitor's own settings to see if it has scaling options. Otherwise, the only two solutions I can think of (besides buying a better graphics card which can handle the native resolution) would be to:
  1. Use a DVI monitor so that you can set your 'scaling' settings in the Nvidia control panel to: Scaling with fixed-aspect ratio or Do not scale.
  2. Play the game in windowed mode so that it doesn't scale up to full screen.
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tell us how that works out for you
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My LCD monitor does not have a DVI port. Windowed mode, of course, runs the game in a windows, of the resolution I have selected in the game. So, it's not very visually appealing. I'm still wondering how I never had this problem 6-7 months back.
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