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HDTV forcing overcsan on PC input?

JediNightJediNight Registered User regular
edited September 2007 in Help / Advice Forum
I just got a new Sharp Aquos 32" HDTV today (old one kaput doh!) which supports 1080p. So I'm using a DVI>HDMI cable to do video-out to the display. The only problem is when I use a widescreen format like 1920x1080 there is screen bleed by around 50 pixels on all sides. This seems like it's an overscan issue maybe?

I have a Radeon X850XT video card using the Omega catalyst drivers based on the 7.4 version + the ATI control panel.

Any ideas on what I could do to fix this? I've scoured the menus and manual for the TV and can't seem to find anything that will work on that end. I can adjust the position on the TV, but that doesn't help since the bleed is on all sides.

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  • PhilodoxPhilodox Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    While I don't know an answer to your question, I have the same issue using DVI on my Sharp Aquos 46". I'm inclined to think that's just what Aquos TVs do.

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