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Found 2 results

  1. I have found a black border solution for Baldur's Gate 2 (original, patched to 26498), at least for my laptop (Windows 8.1). The Win 8.1 laptop has: integrated Intel HD 4600; and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 850M; 1920x1080 built-in display; connected to a glorious Ultrasharp 2560x1440 monitor. Briefly: select the resolution options "Multiple displays" and "Duplicate on 2 and 3" using a cable or adapter connected to a 3rd monitor or a TV (off is OK) solves the black border/scaling problem for me with 3D Acceleration enabled, running at 1280x720. ---:::---:::--- My laptops can run BG2 with no scaling
  2. I've been having this issue since the first day I started using the Widescreen Mod and couldn't find any working solution until recently. As far as I saw the problem presents itself on certain monitors along with desktop ATI (AMD) video cards and under certain resolution combinations in Windows only. Nvidia seems to avoid this particular one (though it's got other nasty issues reported) and normally laptops are not affected as well since their video drivers usually have a scaling/aspect ratio correction settings available. Also this problem is completely different to the visually similar issu
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