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Another post about "image won't fit screen"....ugh!

post #1 of 5
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I hate to have this be my first post, but I can't see to solve my problem. I searched, but whatever I try doesn't work. There is nothing new in my system, therefore an update did it, or a person pushed something on the keyboard. Here is what I have:

Denon receiver with single HDMI running to panasonic plasma. There are three different devices plugged into the denon. Two of the three work great (xbox and wii). The third, HTPC, is where the problem lies. I have tried adjusting the NVIDIA control panal. I have tried scaling. I have tried right clicking on desktop and entering into display setting and adjusting text size and resolution. The image I have is at about 4-5 inches (on each side) beyond the plasma. I can't see my start button, or my taskbar's options. I can barely see the top of the taskbar itself.

Any help will be appreciated.

Cheers,

Patrick
Edited by patricksull - 1/8/15 at 8:36am
post #2 of 5
Have you tried adjusting the TVs zoom? Only thing I can think of since you tried the scaling on the GPU already.
Either way, good luck.
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No because the other two devices work perfectly. Therefore, I don't think it is the TV. I think it's the PC (HTPC).
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Have you connected the PC directly to the TV bypassing the receiver? What video card are you using, and what's the model of the receiver?
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post #5 of 5
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Yes, Locool676, I thought of that the other day.

SOLVED:

Not sure what happened, but I just went into my monitor's settings and did a factory reset to defaults. Then, I was able to go into my PC's settings and adjust the scaling to fit the screen.

Thank you both for your help! This is a great forum for sure.

Cheers,

Patrick
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