In the little on-screen dialog at the top left of the screen, the tv shows the current display resolution followed by the refresh rate which has 60hz. Shouldn't it be at 120hz? I am viewing verizon fios through my receiver. All cables are HDMI.
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The 60/120 hz rating refers to the refresh rate that the panel runs at. I do not believe there is any user control over this rate. The TV runs at 120hz or 60hz as manufactured.
The higher rate (120Hz) is more desireable.
OK,Hello. The screen resolution (probably the refresh rate also) is set higher then what your new monitor is designed for. boot your computer and hold down the F8 key this should bring up the Advanced Boot Options window. you will see a list . select Enable Low Resolution......using the up and down arrows -press enter or enter key. This usually works well for windows 7 and Vista. Now If Windows starts to your desktop you can now set your resolution and refresh rate properly- set the refresh rate at 60 Hz. Window should give you a Recommended Screen resolution rate. go ahead and use it. Good Luck
Hi this normally happens if the refresh rate is to high in your graphics settings for the computer, try going into control panel > appearence and personalization > click on adjust screen resolution > click display and see if your TV is listed there and select it if it is, click advanced settings click on the monitor tab and adjust the screen refresh rate to a lower setting then click apply. you may have to keep trying different refresh rates or screen resolution to get the tv to work.
many computers use manufacturers software sometimes found in the lower right of the taskbar right click there or double left click to open properties find you tv model , it should be listed somewhere click on it and navigate to the screen refresh rate and try all the lower settings usually 25hz works for the uk and euorpe and 30hz works for other countries other frequencies (refresh rates) my be higher depending on the tv you have but one of them is sure to work.
Also make sure you have the latest drivers and software for your graphics card/board in your computer.
You will need to download and install the catalyst drivers and software for your ATI card from here http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_catalyst.aspx?p=win7/windows-7-64bit These are the drivers for the 64-bit version of Windows 7 and I believe that is what you are using. With the Catalyst software installed you can adjust the HDMI output to 1080p,1080i, or 720p so your TV will recognize it. Let me know if that works.
To properly drive your TV set, your computer will have to be able to supply 1366 x 768 with a 60 Hz refresh rate.
A resolution of 1280 X 800 is high. LCD and Plasma sets are very critical for the maximum resolution. You can go lower but not higher. If a lower than native resolution is used there may be some aspect ratio distortion, and the picture quality will be degraded.