Image extends beyond KDS 22" LCD monitor even at minimum size
The image extends beyond KDS 22" LCD monitor even at minimum size, so that the left and right columns are off the screen (most anoying to have START and the Close X off the screen). I have the H size set to 0. Do you have a suggestion?
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Make sure you have your resolution set to 1680 x 1050 as this is the native supported screen size for this LCD. Also check your graphic card's overscan or manual adjustment settings. They might be manually set to offset the screen picture. Hope this helps, Chris
If the screen picture moves then you have the wrong resolution set for your monitor and part of it is extending beyond the monitors capabilities. This is common if using a laptop. Try going into you display properties on your computer and lower the resolution of the display. If you search your monitor model, you should find the resolution that it is capable of. 1600x1024 may be the maximum. (not all video cards support all resolutions so you may have to choose another widescreen format)
This is what the user's guide offers:
Image is Not Centered (size is not scaled correctly)
• Perform Auto Adjust
• Adjust the horizontal and/or vertical position using the OSD.
• Check image size setting.
If you need a rundown of the settings menu, go to this link: http://www.westinghousedigital.com/pdf/60_User_Manual.pdf
That should get you on your game...Let us know how this works out and whether you need any further assistance...
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