From: Winnipeg, MB
You need to find out what resolution is native to your video card/chip and the screen on your laptop. If you can look at your desktop properties there should be a tab in there for resolution, and the settings offered there are the ones that the laptop can handle without major problems.
The game normally runs (at the map display) in full screen mode at any resolution, but it seems laptops and Win 10 do not like that.
You can force a resolution by changing px/py to fpx/fpy (with the numbers you wish to try).
You can run full screen by not setting -wd windowed mode, but others have reported that, on laptops, they get bleed through of the desktop with full screen mode so many run in windowed mode with the window frame expanded to the screen edges. Others have fiddled with transparency settings in Win 10 and perhaps some other settings to eliminate the bleed-through. The specific hardware you have may limit what is possible, but I recommend you read the many Win10 and switch threads in the Tech section and try some of the fixes suggested for laptops.
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