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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thanks for the detail-
VGA connections are pretty uncomplicated so the only thing that might need setting is the PC's video settings which may be set for higher than the 768 line standard.
The TV may not be sending information to the computer for Plug and Play use but you could try this anyhow:
- Have the TV turned on. the PC off. - If not still connected, connect them. - Turn on your PC.
If the TV set is conforming, it should send a signal packet to the PC with information about itself. You will see early if it had; a Windows dialog box should tell you 'Found new device (or hardware), installing software'
If that or similar did not appear, then after the PC is booted, Open the Control Panel, then the Display folder, then click on the Settings tab. You will see a linear control for the resolution that will step from one standard to the other, up or down from the current setting. Unfortunately, it won't change anything until you click on OK or Apply but it pauses after clicking shows the result then asks if you want to keep that setting.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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