Originally Posted by Cyph3r
You're the only person that'd been able to give me an answer out of all the forums I've posted this problem on.
And you are indeed correct. I've connected the PC up with a DVI to VGA cable, and the issue is indeed gone! However as you stated, I'm limited to 1366x768 (Which surprisingly, still looks decent, just everything's bigger).
Renaming the HDMI inputs didn't seem to help. Is there anything else I can try to get it to work over HDMI?
When you connected to a HDMI input of your HDTV, did you use a HDMI-to-HDMI cable?
If yes, try changing to a DVI-to-HDMI cable
(ie using one of the 2 DVI outputs of your Asus GTX480). The idea is to step away from HDMI as much as possible, hoping not to trigger the HDTV's internal filtering features.
Additionally, try all 4
HDMI inputs of the TV.
And, when trying each HDMI input, do the renaming trick as well (PC
, DVI PC
, PC DVI
, PC HDMI
Progressing towards a more risky method, you might consider fiddling inside the Service Menu
of the TV. I have read people getting into the Service Menu and fiddle adjustment there. For some models, it works. However, this method is risky
because it can cripple the TV (if careless enough to save a wrong setting) and might void the warranty. I have not used this method myself and so I cannot advise with personal experience.
If you wish to go inside just to have a look, here is how: (I hope this works for your model because Panasonic does not have a worldwide standard method but the following is the most common way)
1. Press the “F” button on the TV to switch to “Volume”
2. Press and hold the “Vol -” button on the TV
3. Press 3 times “0″ on your Remote Control
When you are done, press “EXIT” on your Remote Control