My picture all of a sudden is not fitting the screen. It appears to be about 20% to big. If there are any graphics (like sporting events, scores etc.) they usually get cut off. It appears the picture has stretched? I've played with the picture settings in the menu but that does not fix the problem. Thanks
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that's probably that your wallpaper isn't fit with your monitor resolution,for example,if your wallpaper size is 1280x1024 but your screen resolution (size) is 1024x768,it doesn't fit your screen and the wallpaper will only show half or even less to check your current resolution,click Start->Control Panel->click Appearance and Personalization->Click "adjust screen resolution" on the Display categories you can see your current resolution and also you can set your resolution To check the picture resolution,right click on the picture,select properties,click the Summary tab,and it doesn't show the resolution, click Advanced on the Summary tab But I suggest you to download the wallpaper with a fit size instead of changing the screen resolution,because too high resolution will make your screen goes black geez,i'm so sorry for my poor english please rate this solution if it's work and let me know if you still has a problem.and thanks for using Fixya!
on the remote control you would see a key that it say P.size , if dont have this key go to the menu of your tv not the cable box menu , and go to picture a look for something that it say picture options under that you would find the screen size and you can get the right screen size
You can edit picture sizes in various graphics programs, but if you just want to view the full picture on your screen then there are a number of viewers that will automatically size it to fit. The one I like is called FastStone. It is a free program you can download from download.com.
Sometimes the box that sends the signal to the TV preconditions the signal to 4x3 or 16x9, depending on the capability of the TV. I always opt to the "no fit" option and allow the intelligence of the TV to fit the screen.
If you have "off air" TV signal without that preconditioning, I cant help.
Hi it sound like you a problem called east west correction. But you will need to take it to a repair shop to fix it. My self i charge about £30 to fix this kind of fault. But dont know what others charg All the best Bob