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Slightly over one side

I have a Techwood TV and my Xbox 360 picture is over to the left by about 1cm anyone know how I can adjust the picture over? I have been to settings and changed to widescreen and this makes no difference! Really annoying! Cheers

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  • Jamie Briggs Jun 05, 2007

    I've changed from 60 hz to 50 hz on the xbox but hasn't made a difference?

  • simonaston1 Jan 08, 2009

    apparently the techwood dosnt support PAL-60 had to put my xbox on tv in bedroom

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Hi mate you just need to lower the resolution in the display settings

Posted on Jun 04, 2007

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