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  hubdean 14:53 13 Jul 2008
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how do you watch dvd in full screen.
i mean the whole of the screen without the two black bars top and bottom.

  Jarhead 15:09 13 Jul 2008

what software are you using to view the dvd with? if its WMP then you can right click on the screen and select one of the 4 zoom options, I have found option 3 works best most of the time.

  hubdean 15:39 13 Jul 2008

i only get zoom with window media center
not WMP.
but it still wont go to a full screen it seams to have a mind of its own going full screen then leaves a 2 inch boarder top and bottom then a 1 inch.
also i have no curser that you can see in window media center
i had dvd power but it wont work on VISTA
beging to think VISTA is a lot of rubbish.
theres a lot missing in it.

  ronalddonald 15:46 13 Jul 2008

that samsung 5 dvd player is good you can pan and scan and change the siz of the fiim so that it fits the whole screen

  hubdean 17:26 13 Jul 2008

thanks i will try it

  kalignorgna 12:23 14 Jul 2008

doubble clcking the pictre works on most sofware (if not all)

  hubdean 13:35 14 Jul 2008

yes but you still have a black top and bottom
i wont give you full screen

  hubdean 13:37 14 Jul 2008

where do you find samsung 5 dvd player

  kjrider 14:49 14 Jul 2008

On Media player try pressing ALT and ENTER to get full screen.

KJR

  kalignorgna 14:55 14 Jul 2008

on WMP there is a option to make that fade out affter a minite or so also right click and click full screen (same as dobble Usaly but might work better).

also theres powerDVD,VLC MP (Media Player), that are good dvd players (free to download as well)

  hubdean 20:50 19 Jul 2008

how do you get full screen on windows player
not with two black lines top and bottom.
still cannot find the way.
windows VISTA ?home

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