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61 Inch = Fuzzy when connected to PC

I have connected my "New" Samsung HL-T61765 projection tv to my PC with appropriate cable. Works wonderful on XBOX. Bu the PC is so fuzzy that I can barely see read the screen from the same distance as the XBox. I have updated the drivers on the NVidia 6 series video card to no avail. On my TV at home, I was able to download drivers to change it from being a "Plug n Play" monitor to the tv monitor source. On, there are no such drivers for the TV.

Are there any suggestions?



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Re: 61 Inch = Fuzzy when connected to PC

Play with the resolution settings on the PC. That is the only thing you can do.

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