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Old 5th September 2008
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Default FreeBSD 7.0 + ATI Radeon HD2600PRO + mplayer ...

Hi, there!

I have a problem with my mplayer. I can play video, but only when using x11 video driver and the problem is that I can watch video only on a certain resolution - I have this little tiny window playing my video and when I want to switch to fullscreen it shows a black screen with this little tiny window in the center playing the video... Anyway I can't watch on fullscreen...

I suppose that this has something to do with my video card - ATI Radeon HD2600PRO and the lack of drivers for it or it could be something with my xorg.conf, but I wanted to ask for your opinion too. I know that I should get one nVidia video card, but... Does anyone have such a video card like mine?

So, what do you think - can I get my mplayer work on fullscreen or not..?

Thanks for any advices!
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