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Connecting to an HDTV via HDMI


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Mumps

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I have an HP dv6755ca notebook and it came with vista
http://h10025.www1.h...=reg_R1002_CAEN

But when I connect to my TV, the top, bottom, and sides are cut off... When watching movies, things like subtitles are cut off.

I am viewing them in 1080i, and the resolution was 1920x1080 as it should have been.

I am sorry if this is the wrong forum, if it is, please move it.
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I would ask what are you using to watch the TV and what tuner is in that system I did not see it listed and another question what make TV and what is the native resolution of the TV and are you using the control center for the Video card to make adjustments. I am new to this myself but I will try and help.
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Never used the HDMI myself, but I do hook up to flat screens very successfully, and easily,using the HD15m

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i use HDMI because it carries the clearest HD picture, and also carries sound, which I will try and figure out later...

The TV is a Philips 30in CRT HDTV, and I have not been able to find any picture adjusting options in the video card software.
The resolutions the TV is capable of are 420i, 420p, and 1080i, which are 640x480, and 1920x1080 respectively.

However, I am getting the feeling I can't adjust this problem with the computer, I think it's the TV, so this is definitely the wrong forum if that is the case. haha
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