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Can you be a bit more specific please? Do you get bowing of the picture, or is the picture just reduced in size? If it it just reduced in size, check the settings..You may have chosen a different display or letterbox mode, etc.

Also it would be helpful if you could post the make and model of your TV, and if it is a CRT/LCD/Plasma, etc..

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