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Format problem the tv cuts off the bottom scrolling on espn, cnn etc. Problem is there no matter what aspect it is in.

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Thats because it goes from high def. to standard def.. thats normal

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            You can fix it by right-clicking on the nvidia icon in your system tray, going to "TV Out" and then in there is a box under "Screen Resolution" (I think that's what it says) where you can click to zoom in or out, or move the screen up,down,and to the sides.
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It sounds like you're watching wide screen content on a 4:3 tv, so the screen may be zoomed in so that the bars that would normally be on the top and bottom are not showing. Because the picture is zoomed in, images that would be at the top and bottom are off the screen. If you're watching from a home receiver (Uverse, DirecTv, Xfinity, etc.) you need to change the video settings to let the receiver know that your TV's aspect ratio is 4:3 (full screen) and not 16:9 (widescreen). Also, if your channel lineup has the option of watching CNN on a standard definition channel, that would also help because the shape of the image would be what your tv was designed for. If you watch 16:9 programs, you will have to choose letter box mode (bars on top and bottom because the shape of the widescreen image does not match the shape of your tv), pillar box mode (bars on either side) zoomed, or stretched. Stretched will make the shape of everything appear distorted, as it squeezes a widescreen image on the sides to make it narrow enough, so that everyone will have tall and skinny heads like an old Kung Fu movie. The sharpest picture would likely be to watch 16:9 (hi def) content in letterbox mode (bars on top and bottom) so at least you get the proper aspect ratio that the sports were recorded in, and it comes from a sharper source (HD vs SD). I would just deal with the bars, because even with a widescreen tv, there will sometimes be bars because that's how programs are sometimes recorded, for different visual impact or cinematic effect.

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Unfortunately, this is an internal adjustment that can not be done by you without voiding the warranty. Call the store and request warranty service. You should not have to pay to get this resolved.
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if your tv has a warranty take it back to where you you bought it.or check if your remote has the zoom feature,if it does zoom it back.or else you will have to call the repair man to program it for you.

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First, have you made any adjustments to the tv other than from the setup menu? If not I have the service manuals for the tv in pdf files and would be glad to send them to you. Let me know I have the same tv and corrected the same problem. v/r, Scott

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