|31 Aug 2013||#1|
I need help with adjusting my screen.
I have had my laptop for nearly half a year now and I just recently found an HDMI cable in an old junk box that can be connected from my widescreen Samsung DLP to my Laptop. The problem is that when I set my TV to be the main display the task bar does not fit on screen and I can barely see it. Another problem is when I play my games or watch videos they also appear to be bigger then what my screen is. I cant even see the exit or minus button when I make my windows/browsers in full screen. I have tried changing the screen resolution, but that doesn't work either. I then thought it might be my TV but it does not give my the option to change its aspect ratio.
I there solution to my little problem? Like a download or a program that is naturally in the computer that can adjust the aspect ratio (not resolution) manually for extended displays? And the resolution is on its recommended settings by the way.
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|02 Sep 2013||#4|
I had the same issue when I first connected my Sony 40 "
The resolution was right ( 1920 x 1080 ) but the taskbar was half off the screen.
My solution = The tv was not set to full pixel, after making that adjustment, all has been fine since.
That and I noticed dvd`s were not showing exactly the same on the hdtv as on the pc, a small bit of the left and right side of the movie was chopped off.
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