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Cannot set screen size

I am using the tv as a pc monitor but cannot adjust the settings for the screen size. Recommended setting is 1366 x 768? My pc settings do not look as if this is possible

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  • notsotechnie May 16, 2009

    Thanks master, is there a particular screen size that I should use?

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You can only do that if you a video card like a Nvidia or Radeon.

Posted on May 16, 2009

  • jose castillo May 18, 2009

    you'll just have to experiment until you find the one that shows your whole desktop on your tv.

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