Question about Samsung Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Adjusting screen on HD TV
I had the same problem. My cable company told me to press the # button on my remote to change it from "zoom" to "normal" and it solved the problem.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
I don't suppose the game being on CD has anything to do with it. You don't mention if you are using XP, Vista or what, so advice is general
Several things you should check :
1. on control panel, look at display settings - especially check you don't have multi-display settings (i.e. set to display screen over multiple screens) switched on.
2. click on icon for your graphics card in taskbar if you have one. Check the settings for your graphics card (probably ATI or Nvidia, but could be under name for brand such as Sapphire or XFX)) - also look for multi-display settings here.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
SOURCE: unlock problem
Do a hard reset. To do a hard reset hold down the red and green buttons on the front of the phone and push the reset button on the bottom of the phone at the same time with the stylus. This just fixed my problem
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Pioneer SD
It's likely that you've changed the screen format to a different ratio. There should be a button on your original Pioneer remote, marked "MODE" with "SCREEN" written above.
The change the screen ratio, put your TV on a channel where you can see sports scores or the news tickers, then press the "MODE" button repeatedly until they are the correct size and in the correct position. Each successive press of the "MODE" button will cycle through the options for "NATURAL WIDE", "CINEMA WIDE", "ZOOM", "FULL" and "NORMAL"
I suspect you have accidentally pressed the "MODE" button and are in "ZOOM" mode. You probably need to be in either "FULL" or "NORMAL" modes depending on your viewing requirements.
It may also be necessary to adjust the vertical (V) position on the picture. If you have changed the mode settings as above but it's still not correct, please post back if you need information on changing the picture position.
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
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