You might be experiencing an issue caused by a recent Intel graphics driver update, fortunately this issue is pretty easy to resolve. Connect your laptop to the ScreenBeam for wireless display, then follow the steps shown in this forum post to set the screen size to 100%
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- How can I test the MoCA adapters for functionality?
- Is the ScreenBeam Configuration Utility available for download from anywhere other than the Microsoft or Google Play stores?
- What is ScreenBeam’s Hardware Warranty?
- What power supply voltage do the ECB6200, ECB6250 and ECB7250 MoCA adapter's use?
- Why do I get the "Error; Refused to Connect" when trying to sign in to my support account?
- Why is there a black border around the screen no matter what size the resolution is set on the computer?
- Can I connect several Intel WiDi or Miracast devices to the ScreenBeam receiver simultaneously?
- Can I connect to a Wi-Fi network and ScreenBeam simultaneously with my Intel WiDi laptop?
- Can I connect to a Wi-Fi network and ScreenBeam simultaneously with my Miracast device?
- Can I connect to multiple ScreenBeam display adapters simultaneously?