Resolution Set to 4x Monitor Size
I recently upgraded to Windows 7 64 bit. My previous operating systems Vista, Windows XP, and Linux ran the game fine.
When I run the game through steam the screen size is approximately 4 times the size of my monitor. When the Main Game starting screen loads I can see the upper left portion of the 4 screens.
I have a Nvidia Geoforce 9800m GTS video card. I have a intel core 2 duo running at 2.26ghz with 4 gigs of ram. Has anyone else experienced this or is there a work around?
I tried setting the resolution manually through the steam/steamapps/common/Din's Curse/User/default text configuration file.
This does not work. I read else where to change this under C:/user/AppData/Din's Curse/ but this directory does not exist on my computer. The AppData directory does not exist in my User Directory.
Any help in solving this would be greatly appreciated.
C:/Users/[your user name]/AppData/Local/Din's Curse/
AppData is a hidden folder.
Thanks my Friend. How does one unhide hidden files and folders in Windows 7?
I know that may seem a stupid question and I do feel stupid. I have been using computers since the IBM Pet and loading programs required a cassette tape drive.
Ok I figured it out. I can only run the game in a windowed which sucks in some ways but at least I can play it now.
It will not run in full screen with 1920x1200 resolution as I get the resolution 4 times the size of my monitor.
Try this: right click on the game's icon, select the compatibility tab, and check the "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings". Then see if you can play at a high resolution in fullscreen.
Thank-you! That worked like a charm. I can now run the game in full screen at 1920x1200!!
I had to go into the steam folder where the game is actually located to do this. It doesn't work via a short cut on the desktop made by steam.
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