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Screen resolution of 1080p sharp lcd

I am getting a fuzzy screen that does not fill the entire monitor

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  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    Hi, I am using the ATI bizview 200
    windows res set to 1920x1080 that's the highest it will accomodate.
    Is this because of the graphics card?

  • Chip Loon Ng
    Chip Loon Ng May 11, 2010

    i forgot to add what is the resolution that you have set from the windows?

  • Chip Loon Ng
    Chip Loon Ng May 11, 2010

    Hi, what is the graphics card model you are using?

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Set the resolution to the native resolution of the monitor
less makes it look fuzzy

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