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Warcraft DOTA resolution HELP!!!


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I fixed the video problem, but DOTA does not run like it does on a pc, the resolution makes it enlarged or zoomed in. I already turned the resolution to the max and still cannot fix this issue. If anyone knows how to make it like it does on pc, please lemme know. Thanks
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