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You shouldn't need to enable GPU scaling if you are running at the TV's native resolution. Also, if your TV has 3:2 Pulldown then you can enable the ITC processing.
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With a fresh new hard drive I installed Win7. Downloaded display driver 11.2 and installed. Hooked up to tv and it was still showing HDMI 1024x768. When it completed the "Starting Windows" screen, tv said "HDMI Unsupported". Googled and apparently if computer resolutions is set higher than tv can support it'll show that.
what TV are we talking about? are you connected via hdmi or DVI/HDMI?
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You shouldn't need to enable GPU scaling if you are running at the TV's native resolution. Also, if your TV has 3:2 Pulldown then you can enable the ITC processing.
This website says it has 3:2 pulldown. What is that? And I'm not sure what the native resolution is.
http://www.hdtvsolutions.com/AKAI-LCT42Z6TM.htm
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what TV are we talking about? are you connected via hdmi or DVI/HDMI?
See link above for specs. It's connected via HDMI-HDMI.
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I read the reviews about the tv...not good...if anything....I wouldnt blame ur 5450 or the drivers

edit > I would have suggested connecting it to another hdmi port but it seems like it only has one (tv) > just for giggles AND I would just start all over again...wipe out all catalyst drivers and re download it to install
Edited by pohtangina - 2/22/11 at 1:08pm
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You shouldn't need to enable GPU scaling if you are running at the TV's native resolution. Also, if your TV has 3:2 Pulldown then you can enable the ITC processing.
Found this site that says the native resolution is 1920x1080: http://www.pacificgeek.com/product.asp?id=86401

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I read the reviews about the tv...not good...if anything....I wouldnt blame ur 5450 or the drivers

edit > I would have suggested connecting it to another hdmi port but it seems like it only has one (tv) > just for giggles AND I would just start all over again...wipe out all catalyst drivers and re download it to install
Yeah, the TV has had a common problem with 4 capacitors which is how I ended up with the TV for free. I simply replaced the 4 common ones, plus 1 other on the main board and 1 on the power supply board. Works great now. It displays PS2, OTA channels, and basic cable via RCA jacks pretty well.

I think my issue is my newbieness at getting it all configured right. I'm so used to plug-n-play and everything's fine. So I'm going to try those settings tonight if I get time. Need to finish a ASP.net assignment first.
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but has it communicated with a blu-ray player and report/confirm a 1080p connection? or any other device for that matter? as you stated your PC is confirming that it is a 1920x1080 resolution which should have no problem of doing so to your tv unless there was an error message pop-up
Edited by pohtangina - 2/22/11 at 1:54pm
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Blu-ray = future purchase.

The issue I'm running across is when I reboot the computer after setting it to 1080p. The TV gives an error message saying "HDMI unsupported" right after Windows 7 startup splash and right before log in screen and will only give a blue screen as if there's no signal. Only way to successfully boot is to have resolution set low before shutting down and then reset it once in.

One thing I might try tonight is set it to 1080p, unplug HDMI, then replug it just to see what happens.
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I didn't have time to work on it last night sadly. I aim to work on it tonight though.
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You shouldn't need to enable GPU scaling if you are running at the TV's native resolution. Also, if your TV has 3:2 Pulldown then you can enable the ITC processing.
Actually that's not true... My TV native is 1080p, my output is also 1080p.. I had to scale it down to 1912 x 1075 to fit on the tv.

Strange? Absofreakinlutely !
    
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Actually that's not true... My TV native is 1080p, my output is also 1080p.. I had to scale it down to 1912 x 1075 to fit on the tv.

Strange? Absofreakinlutely !
Really? You shouldn't need the GPU scaling enabled for that. Just slide the overscan setting down until the screen fits.
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