Computer to RPTV DVI

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  1. KevinR

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    I have a 65" Mitsu tv and I am trying to connect my computer to it via DVI. I get it connected fine and it shows up, but it cuts off a little of the screen all the way around. Its a ATI All in Wonder card and I read that this is a possible problem with ATI. Has anybody experienced this or know a way to fix it. Thanks.
     
  2. Stephen Hopkins

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    There's a good chance it's due to overscan on the TV. This can be taken care of w/ calibration but would probably require entering the service menu and would probably be better suited to a pro ISF. You may also need to use some sort of software to put the computer into a proper widescreen resolution. Still, orverscan is the most likely culprit.
     
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    Try tweaking the ATI Display options software -- that worked for me.
     
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    Do you guys ever have burn in or do you worry about it?
     

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