ePSXe 1.9.0 Launching ISO Problem

MrJunky

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It seems the first time I launch ePSXe once I turn my PC on and run a iso it will try to go full screen but still show my desktop and mess up my desktop resolution by setting it to my resolution in ePSXe. But when I exit ePSXe sometimes the music is still running in the backround and wont stop unless I launch ePSXe and run another game or shut my PC down.

1-Is there a way to play ePSXe in 1920x1080 or am I stuck at 1366x768. When i try to play in 1920x1080 I get a bad overscan
2-If I cant play ePSXe in 1920x1080 is there a way when I launch a iso it will always go fullscreen and not mess up my desktop resolution.
3-When I exit a game how do I fix it so it will completely exit my game and not have background game sound?

I am running Windows 8.1 if that helps.
 

azoreseuropa

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It seems the first time I launch ePSXe once I turn my PC on and run a iso it will try to go full screen but still show my desktop and mess up my desktop resolution by setting it to my resolution in ePSXe. But when I exit ePSXe sometimes the music is still running in the backround and wont stop unless I launch ePSXe and run another game or shut my PC down.

1-Is there a way to play ePSXe in 1920x1080 or am I stuck at 1366x768. When i try to play in 1920x1080 I get a bad overscan
2-If I cant play ePSXe in 1920x1080 is there a way when I launch a iso it will always go fullscreen and not mess up my desktop resolution.
3-When I exit a game how do I fix it so it will completely exit my game and not have background game sound?

I am running Windows 8.1 if that helps.

Hello. What is your monitor resolution ? Since you said you are in 1366x768 then its 720p.. Not 1080p.
 

FonzTech

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3-When I exit a game how do I fix it so it will completely exit my game and not have background game sound?
This happens because the ePSXe process is still running. For example, this happens if you press ALT + F4 while playing a game. It will close the window, but not the process which runs the game. Press ESC first, then go File -> Close (or Exit, I don't remember exactly)
 

MrJunky

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My monitor resolution is 1920x1080 but when I set it to 1920x1080 I get a overscan. When I play it in 1366x768 fullscreen theres no overscan and same with 1280x720. I didn't know that you needed to go FIle->Exit to end the process but thats good to know! I wish it was better patched up. I even downloaded the 1.9.25 version and I still get the overscan on high resolutions and ending the process hasnt changed.
 
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