(Display Screen) Messed up while attempting to play ISO
Hello, I am having an issue with my Screen when I attempt to play CERTAIN games
I am using a VGA cord to display on my HD TV everything is fine I can load the OS up in 1920x1080p no problem.
I can also run NON-CD required games like... L4D2 but... Game likes... say... "Fable; The Lost Chapters" or "Stronghold 3" *REQ. to be mounted* even though the settings are set to "1920x1080p in the options the entire screen is put about 3 inches to the right which really limits my gaming capability.
I assume it has something to do with VGA because I played these games before on my old PC with a Monitor and NEVER had this issue.
Like I said this ONLY happens when I try to play games that require me to Mount the discs.
Any simple resolution?
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Where did you download the game from?
Though I still assume it to be something with VGA as I had no problems what so ever on a monitor and a lower PC build as well.
toms does not condone or endorse piracy. dont ask for help with pirated games.
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