Q:How do I add or remove the black border around the screen?
A:Short answer - Press Fn + F7
A:Long answer - If a resolution is used which is lower than the maximum (optimal) resolution your LCD is capable of
displaying, the fonts may appear blocky or blurry and difficult to read. Your video driver allows for the video card to
display such a resolution in a compressed format. By placing a black border around the outside of the screen, fonts will
become smaller but readable. To toggle from this Compressed Mode into the larger Expanded Mode press the Fn and F7 keys at
the same time. If your Inspiron uses the NVIDIA GeForce2 Go video adapter, and pressing the Fn and F7 keys does not resolve
the issue, follow the procedure below:
Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
The Control Panel window appears.
Double-click the Display icon.
Open Display Properties, and go to the Settings tab.
Click the Advanced button.
Click the TwinView tab.
Click the Device Settings button and click Screen Adjustment.
Click the radio button next to Use display adapter scaling and then click Apply.
The screen should now be
stretched to cover the entire LCD, regardless of the resolution.