I have a new Windows 7 laptop with a widescreen display, and I've connected it via VGA to a 4:3 aspect ratio projector. Of course, I set the display resolution to a 4:3 aspect ratio to compensate, and this works just fine on the desktop, but as soon as
I attempt to run a fullscreen overlay, say from a media player or a powerpoint presentation, the system makes the assumption that it's still in a widescreen format, and inserts black bars on the left and right to compensate, which overcompensates on the already
4:3 ratio screen, resulting in everything being scrunched up in the center and stretched vertically. Please assist.
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