Using a Dell laptop, the projected area on the screen remains small, only filling the center of the screen. Can't find a way to increase the projected area to fill the screen. Dislay options and Fn/LCD buttons don't help.
Is there something on the projector? Keystone doesn't fix it either.
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Hello, on the Sony remote in the darker gray area is the "wide" button (second row, second button), press it until your set is in the "full" mode. If your screen is still not filled out, it may be the cable box or satellite receiver that needs to be set. With the tv in "full" mode, then set your cable box or satellite receiver to the proper screen setting by using the "format" button on your cable box or satellite receiver remote.
You can set the picture size by remote control itself.
You can vide 480i format programmes in three picture sizes. 4:3, 16:9, and ZOOM
You can change the picture size by pressing the PICTURE SIZE button on the remote control.
4:3 Picutre size
To fill the screen, the top and bottom edges are extedted more widely, although the center of the picture remains near the former ratio.
If receiving a 4:3 programme, the image size is displayed in its originally formatted proportion.
16:9 picure size
This image displays the size of standard 16:9 with black bars at the top and bottom.
If receiving a 4:3 programme, the image is displayed with black bars at the top and bottom and stretched wider.
NOTE: If a fixed bar remains on the screen for a long period of time, the image can become parmanantly engrained in the screen and cause subtle but permanent ghost images. Never leave your TV for long periods of time while it is displaying these images.
Zoom picture size [for 16:9 formats]
The entire picture is uniformly enlarged --it is stretched the same amount both wider and taller (retains its original proportion). The right and left edges of the picture may be hidden.
either your TV or your cable/sat box(if any) is on zoom(enlarging pix). Look for buttons on both remotes that might say picture size or aspect something like that...Pressing these buttons usually cycle thru 3 or 4 size options. When in zoom center of screen is the focus and outer edges of pic are cut off.
Try adjusting the Screen Resolution to a different size. Based on your operating system you can right-click in the center of your desktop and select either (xP) Properties then the Settings tab or (Vista/7) Screen Resolution and under the Resolution area try adjusting the slider and click Apply until you get one that fills in your complete LCD.
Upon attempting a myriad of ways to fix the screen, i by chance just dragged the arrow of the mouse from the right hand side of the google screen and it kept enlarging as i kept dragging it.To my surprise,when i let go the screen remained full size as it should and still remains that way.
They are not BULBS by any stretch of the imagination. They are CRTs (Cathode Ray Tubes, also known as "picture tubes," and each of them are small television screens, in essence), which are optically enlarged for projection onto the back of the front screen. Don't be tempted to think that you will merely be able to replace a "bulb" and have everything work!
Although you will be able to replace all of the components on the PC board if necessary (they all remain available), and may be able to fix the coolant leak that caused the failure, the CRT may have overheated. Considering the advanced age of the television, the tubes are likely already somewhat burned-in. Best to just dispose of the set.