So I've been assuming this was the way things are, but I got to thinking...
Running W98, I have about 3/4 of an inch of unused screen on each side, as well as top and bottom, basically a border of unused screen real estate. I don't think it was like this with the webplayer OS & software. Is anyone else experiencing this? Is there any way to reclaim the screen space? Any thoughts?
I am running the embed98 image that famewolf provided and there is no border around the screen... maybe you need the drivers for the video, which are on this site (somewhere)... and they are here (at the bottom of the page):
The WebPlayer screen is 800x600. LCD panels can't stretch the screen image to fit the way traditional monitors do. You have Windows configured at the default resolution of 640x480. You need the specific drivers for the video chip to go higher than 640x480.
Thanks that did it. I think I had the wrong video controller driver installed and definately had the wrong "monitor" selected. I went in and changed 'em and can now put away my magnifying glass cause my screen seems huge now.
P.S. I gotta say, I spent less than $100 bucks for a 3 gig drive and cables and am sooo happy with the results. Sometimes you eat the bear!
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