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    Constant Bitrate Zeroaviation's Avatar
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    Visulazation or movie will not maximize

    i just put a new computer in my car, with a fresh install of XP no service pack, on my old one, if u touch the visulazation it would go full screen, on the new one, it wont do nuttin, unless i get the mouse out the trunk, and double click on it...any ideas?
    Im a pilot.

    I have become a cross control stall.

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    Maybe reading this could help figure it out: Divx not Filling the Whole Screen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeroaviation View Post
    i just put a new computer in my car, with a fresh install of XP no service pack, on my old one, if u touch the visulazation it would go full screen, on the new one, it wont do nuttin, unless i get the mouse out the trunk, and double click on it...any ideas?
    This will happen if you dont have Windows Media Player 9x or up installed as well.
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    Constant Bitrate Zeroaviation's Avatar
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    WMP upgrade did the trick...w00t!
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    I have become a cross control stall.

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