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    Question Question on resolution with Virtual Box

    Hello everyone,
    I just downloaded and installed Backtrack 5r3 with KDE and I installed it on Virtual Box, I ran into an issue. I have a 1600x900 resolution monitor but my Virtual Box will on go up to what you see in the picture below. Is there a way to increase the resolution? If so, please let me know! Sorry for the size of the photo.
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    Default Re: Question on resolution with Virtual Box

    control(right) + f

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    Default Re: Question on resolution with Virtual Box

    Is there some guest additions you need to install for VirtualBox?

    I run it in VMWare and if I resize the VM window, BT5 automatically resizes to fit the window.

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    Default Re: Question on resolution with Virtual Box

    I think I still do need the guest additions thanks for reminding me that is probably it.

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