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post #21 of 32
Hi. Yes the overscan/underscan options should help if it is like a black border that you can see around your display. Obviously make sure the drivers are correctly installed for the graphics card and try adjusting resolution to see the outcome.

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post #22 of 32
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that might be it, i used the dvd for driver instalation, because i dint have internet when setting this up, will a driver update possibly fix this issue, i wnat 2 solve this so i can return the monitor if it dosent work at desired resolutions

thanks for all the help.
Using the latest driver might solve this. However, I make no promise as HDMI is a rather 'moody' connection which can still do weird things. In general, try to stay away from it as much as possible. For instance, you can try to use the DVI output of your graphics card to connect to the HDMI input of the monitor (using a DVI-to-HDMI cable, of course). With such, it might just be enough to eliminate this overscan/underscan issue.
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for some reason the monitor wont run at 1920x1080 with the hmdi cable, but with vga (old computer there is no problem, is it the cables fault or should i change monitors.
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i updated the rivers with no luck....

i might trade this in for another monitor, seems to me im the only one with this problem, cant seem to find bad reviews about the monitor, maybe its the low quality HDMI?

if i change it it would be for this one:

LED Acer Widescreen 27" S273HL
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824009276

what should i do, i have until tomorrow to make a decision, i think my current monitor with its glossy black fits better with the rest of the pc, but i prefer resolution over a glossy black stand.
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^another thing you could do (to save money) would be to just get a DVI to VGA adapter. With any luck, there would be no real image quality loss with VGA. And you'd probably get rid of this issue.

Think aboot it
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post #26 of 32
I had the same prob on my asus monitor useing a 4870 ati card, i swithed from hdmi cables to dvi and that solved my prob.
    
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^another thing you could do (to save money) would be to just get a DVI to VGA adapter. With any luck, there would be no real image quality loss with VGA. And you'd probably get rid of this issue.

Think aboot it
i always tought that vga was bad in comparison to DVI & HDMI wouldnt it be better to use a dvi cable with 2 hdmi adapters or just 1 dvi adapter, the monitor i can exchange for free since i bought it here in mexico.

vga< DVI (HDMI without sound??) < HDMI ????????

the acer is like 20 dollars more and has dvi input so i wouldnt have to mess around with carppy HDMI cables.
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i always tought that vga was bad in comparison to DVI & HDMI wouldnt it be better to use a dvi cable with 2 hdmi adapters or just 1 dvi adapter, the monitor i can exchange for free since i bought it here in mexico.

vga< DVI (HDMI without sound??) < HDMI ????????

the acer is like 20 dollars more and has dvi input so i wouldnt have to mess around with carppy HDMI cables.
Well you can do either. VGA would result in slightly blurry text (since modern LCDs fail at utilizing VGA properly) but it'd be not that bad.

If the acer would only cost you 20 dollars more, sure, go for it.
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post #29 of 32
Other thing i know is-on ati/amd cards-useing ccc, if i put my scaleing to 0 it works on my other systems. Useing HDMI cables.
    
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post #30 of 32
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Success!!

all i had to do was go into the input selection menu on my monitor and change hdmi-AV to HDMI-pc whatever that means, sorry if someone suggested this, i dont have perfect english so i tend not to understand things completely.

I would kiss you guys if i could, instead i gave you +rep

is the signature with the system specs default or do i have to copy-páste-edit it from someone elses signature¡??
Edited by Xocoyotzin - 7/28/11 at 11:09am
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