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1920x1080 resolution causes my windows screen to be to large for my tv

any recommendations to adjust settings to have it fit correctly? if I adjust the resolution to a lower setting it tells me that its not the optimal resolution.

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Have you checked to make sure that the TV is not setup to implement a horizontal and/or vertical zoom?

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Hello, Drewman:

Please try the suggestion mentioned above, and let us know if the resolution changes.

Regards,

Amy.

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I have same issue with my compute stick as well as a NUC.

Issue seems to be that my TV assumes overscan. I guess this is an HDMI handshake issue with the Intel bios/drivers. To work-around I go into the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel - Display - General Settings - Custom Aspect Ratio and move the scroll bars to 85%.

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AStuff, thank you for your input, let's hope that it can help /thread/106496 Drewman.

Regards,

Amy.

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I had the same problem on my LG 60" plasma HDTV. In my case, I used the remote for the TV to set the screen into "Justify" mode, rather than let the TV try to figure out how to scale the resolution set by the Stick.

That worked just fine. Now my Stick displays 1920x1080 perfectly sized for my TV screen.

If your TV has controls to set the aspect ratio of the TV, you might find a similar function for you to use.

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Korfuntu, thank you for your suggestion.

Regards,

Amy.

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Super User Retired Employee
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Check out this FAQ: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/graphics-drivers/000005502.html Intel Graphics and Television FAQ

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/thread/106496 Drewman,

I am following up your thread; did you follow the suggestions mentioned above? Were you able to track this down?

Regards,

Amy.

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