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I have a brand new AOC 2436Vh monitor. The desktop image does not fill the entire screen by about an inch on the sides and half an inch up top and below. I have attempted to play with the menu settings but with no success. One of the settings I am unable to select. The icon looks like a screen with cross hair arrows. I am running HDMI and have the newest Graphics driver for my ATI HD Radeon 5770. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jamison

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I purchased the AOC 2436Vh display yesterday. To get my MacBook Pro to work with it I purchased Apple's Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter. Since the monitor comes with the VGA cable, all you need is the adapter to plug it into your MacBook Pro. It works beautifully and set up is easy if you know your way around the Mac. Although the HDMI works perfectly with my PS3, I strongly recommend the Apple Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter. I hope this helps.

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The "Best Solution" fixes a problem that is unrelated to the original poster. anononline19's solution is to fix the entire OSD being locked (displays OSD Locked when the menu button is pressed).

Original poster's problem can be fixed by changing your graphics card's "overscan" settings.

Overscan on ATI cards:
http://nigelt.wordpress.com/2009/09/21/overscan-options-in-catalyst-9-9-on-windows-7/

Overscan on nVidia cards is currently not supported.

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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