How to fix The Division not going into real full screen mode?

Many fans of Tom Clancy’s The Division have noticed, that some multi-monitor problems in particular can be run in borderless windowed mode, rather than full screen headless regimen, independence of the option that was selected. In this article we present solution on how to fix The Division not going into real full screen mode.

  1. Go to C:/Users/PC name/Documents/My Games/Tom Clancy’s The Division/
  2. Find and open file state.cfg
  3. Find the following:

    graphics = {
          fullscreenSettings = {
         fullscreen = false,

  4. Just change the false option on true and save the file.

Also this solution can help the problem with Mouse problem that arises when playing on two monitors, when the mouse doesn’t travel to the second monitor.

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7 Comments
  1. Austin 01.01.2017 in 09:10

    This doesn’t work, only puts it into Windowed Fullscreen Mode, which isn’t Fullscreen

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  2. Jodi 18.01.2017 in 10:49

    I read this and it didn’t work , so I read through the file and changed a few things and it worked. This is how my string looks and it works fine , thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

    {
    audio = {
    muteonunfocus = false,
    voipinputdevice = #00000000000000000000000000000000,
    },
    graphics = {
    dx12 = false,
    fullscreenSettings = {
    fullscreen = true,
    height = 1080,
    maximized = true,
    refresh-rate-denominator = 1000,
    refresh-rate-numerator = 60000,
    width = 1920,
    x-pos = 0,
    y-pos = 0,
    },
    initsettingsfromhardware = false,
    maxAnisotropy = 16,
    reduceLatency = false,
    tripleBuffer = true,
    windowed = true,
    windowedSettings = {
    fullscreen = true,
    height = 1054,
    maximized = false,
    refresh-rate-denominator = 1000,
    refresh-rate-numerator = 60000,
    width = 1916,
    x-pos = 3,
    y-pos = 18,
    },
    },
    input = {
    allowControllers = true,
    allowNongamepadControllers = false,
    maxMouseSensitivity = 80,
    minMouseSensitivity = 2,
    },
    localization = {
    mainLanguage = 0,
    showClosedCaptions = false,
    showSubtitles = true,
    spokenLanguage = 0,
    subtitlesLanguage = 0,
    },
    }

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  3. jbsdfsdfsdfsdfsdfs 07.02.2017 in 22:45

    ….oh yeah.

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  4. TimberWolf 06.06.2017 in 16:11

    i changed it to look like that and it still crashes trying to change it to fullscreen

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  5. gentlemen 17.09.2017 in 00:48

    thank jodi(2nd comment guy) worked for me your log just copy+paste everyone is fine now full screen

    Reply
  6. Venomz 29.01.2018 in 15:08

    thx it work

    Reply
  7. steve 16.02.2018 in 23:00

    thanks it worked

    Reply
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