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What driver do i need for my pc for the resolution to be right...

I need to change the resolution, but the driver I have is not for phillipd tv/ monitor, so the font and the screen are to big when it shows up. The computer is using one of its generic drivers.

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I also have this problem but never got a disc with it when i bought it, any ideas please

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You have to use the original phillipd drivres.
You can find the drivres in the CD which is inclued in the box at the time of purchasing television.


Hope this helps.

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