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PC input Mornin, TV resolution says 1366x768 but the only resolution i can get the thing to do properly when i plug my computer and / or laptop in is 1024x768...otherwise it scrolls! Any suggestions? Is it the graphics card...or tv?

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  • ralee21 Feb 13, 2008

    makes sense, thanks for that

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    Plug my TV into my PC, comes up with an error stating resolution mismatch. I am trying to run at 1920 by 1080

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Output resolution is different from supported input resolution you need to check in the manual which resolutions are supported. the 1366x768 is the screen output or what it scales the supported resolutions to for the screen output. as eg: 480i low resolution gets scaled (to the best of it's ability) to the output resolution 1366x768. altho the scaling isn't smooth it displays all pixels. the more information the set recieves the better the scaling.

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