Recently I have acquired a Toshiba Satellite 335CDT laptop for a very decent price. Mostly I use it for old DOS games, because I don't like solutions like DOSBox or VDMSound and I have never had a proper soundcard on my PC.
The problem with it is that when a game sets its display into 640x480, it leaves black borders on every side of the screen about 1 inch size, making the picture fit pixel by pixel, which is passable and playable, but I would prefer it to go fullscreen.
On the other hand, in pure DOS VGA mode it actually can stretch 320x200 into the full screen, there is even an option for this in BIOS. So why it can't do the same in SVGA for 640x480?
I have tried to force Warcraft II to go into 800x600 with 12noon Display Changer utility, but that didn't work.
The native videocart is C&H 65555 and it has got the proper drivers installed which I got from Toshiba website. I even tried to install ATI Catalyst because I know there is a screen scaling option, but that utility works only with ATI videocards.
My question: Is there any workaround to this? A software decision for Windows 95/98SE would go.
Thanks in advance for any help from you!