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Old 13th Apr 2005, 08:53 AM   #1
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Unreal wont start in Full Screen

I've tried loads of things; pressing Alt-Enter, resizing the windows, and having a look in the Unreal Tournament.INI to see if Fullscreen was set to false.

But for some reason the game WILL NOT start in full screen mode and will stay like that no matter what I do.

Anyone got a solution?

Thanks.
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Old 13th Apr 2005, 10:28 AM   #2
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For starters, give your pc specs.

Especially your graphics card. Which one is it? for example a radeon, a geforce...

Which renderer does ut run in? D3D or OpengL?

Are your drivers up to date?

Maybe try starting UT in "safe mode", and switch renderer.

First thing I can think off, a problem with the graphics card.

Also try "the Unreal tournament" forum (it's in the "beyondunreal forums ->classic unreal titles" section) for more help.
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