Hello,I am a new user of #! and have the same resolution problem in VirtualBox.I cannot use full screen resolution even after installing additions.Have you find the way to correct this ?
I am using Fedora 19 KDE in a VirtualBox 4.3 as guest on a Windows-7-host (64bit). It's all good except the screen resolution. The guest additions are running but I cannot find my wished screen resolution. I want to have 1920x1080 but in the list of the KDE systemsettings for "vbox0" there is max 1280x966.
I have HP Pavilion dv6 6119tx system which has a screen resolution of 1366X768. But after installing fedora 17 on VirtualBox with Guest additions, the default resolution is 1280X768. Whenever I switch to fullscreen mode, I have some black space left on both left and right sides of screen.
Just a quick note for any others who may find themselves trying to max out the 1920x1080 screen on something like a Lenovo Thinkpad w520 after installing crunchbang in a virtualbox VM hosted on Windoes 7.Obviously to get anywhere close to this resolution you've got to install the guest extras, but even after doing this I found I wasn't able to configure the desired full resolution using
This tutorial will guide you to install Guest Additions in Kubuntu 10.04. I was installed Kubuntu 10.04 on my Windows 7 via Virtualbox. So far everything is running well. After all, I need to install the VirtualBox Guest Additions on my Kubuntu 10.04 in order to get full screen resolution and other benefits.
Every time i attempt installing ubuntu on my VM it goes flawlessly until the initial start up of the OS, i cannot seem to fit the machine inside my screen resolution. i installed a pre-made VM for an open source project and the resolution was fine, everything was scaled and actually a full screen.
I have Dell 7520 with AMD Raedon 7XXXM graphics card, thankfully, I got to make it work. But the problem now is screen resolution, as I have screen resolution of 1920 X 1080 for 15.6" laptop, which is way too much. In the Display Monitor settings, I cannot change it to whatever I want, only the resolution with 16:9 works perfectly.