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So I recently purchased a Sharp 37inch 1080P TV for my PC and PS2 and to use as a TV. Its a great TV to use as a monitor. My only issue is with the screen resolution. When Im on the desktop its at 1920x1080 and the TV reports it as 1080P. But when I start Assasin's Creed or Tomb Raider: Anniversary using the correct res it reports it as 1080i and the screen as black bars all around the picture. The only games that do this so far that I have tested are the two from above.

Any idea why its not filling the screen correctly and possibly not giving the correct res? Im also using the 1 pixel per pixel mode which puts one pixel from the signal to one pixel on the screen.
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post #2 of 4
1080 is 1080 the i stands for interlaced and the p stands for progressive scan.

all it is, is just different ways of refreshing the screen from what i understand
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The game's may not support 1080P correctly. Make sure the res in game is set to 1920x1080 @ 60 hertz. I've set games to 30 hertz before by accident.
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Funny your should say that as Tomb Raider only allows 1920x1080 at 30HZ for some reason. Im not sure about Assasin's Creed though.
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