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if you have cable-TV then you have a Set-top-box and there should be a separate HDMI cable from that cable box to the TV, as well as an HDMI-cable from the PC to the TV.
This means that when you want to use as a monitor, the TV Input would have to be changed to PC, and when you watch TV, you need to change the Input back to Cable. It sounds like you are watching TV through the PC.
Hi Austin it sounds as though you have a problem with your graphics card drivers and your tv will not accept the lower resolution. Do you have another screen that you can connect to prove/disprove my theory? If your tv will not accept the lower resolution input then you need another screen to enable you to sort it out. Hope this is helpful.
A few questions first: Yes the your Toshiba has a 15 Pin VGA input on the back I/O panel. Are you using a 15 Pin VGA male to male connection between your TV and Computer. Is your Computer a 1) laptop or a 2) desktop The highest PC resolution this TV will handle is 1280x1024 @ 60 hz. Here is a web site below with your TV's Specs: http://www.crutchfield.ca/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=05219AV600&Show=ExtInfo If you are trying to use a HDMI cable then PC is not the selection you wish to select but the HDMI input is. Blessings always, A/V Media Tech Guy
If on your tv - are you watching TV or a movie? If you are watching a movie, it should depend on what movie you are watching. If you are watching television, it is on your television. Hit menu, and look for closed captioning, and turn it off. What model of TV are you using?
If you are watching tv on your computer, what program are you using? Sometimes subtitles are Hardsubs, which means you cant turn them off. It depends where you got the video files from.