My laptop has a Display Port out, which I recently recognized as something useful, and so I bought a Display Port to HDMI adapter. Using this, I connected my laptop to my Television. The TV was detected and I was able to set up an external monitor with 1920x1080 resolution. It looked great, until I opened up a browser window and maximized it on my TV. That's when I noticed that the edges of the screen were clipped to a large degree, so much so that the tabs and the top of the window was completely off the screen, as well as most of the controls in a maximized Netflix or Youtube video. The left side is clipped so bad that I can't see the browser's back button, and the right side clips off the scroll bar. It's more than just a few pixels, is what I'm trying to say. Does anyone know why this is happening? The laptop clearly seems to be sending a 1920x1080 video properly - is my television just robbing me of pixels and not displaying a full HD picture? That seems unlikely... I've also tried running the signal through my sound system with the same result. Help!