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    Exclamation Fuzzy pictue on TV Monitor


    I need some help the picture on my tv(from my graphics card)
    is all messed up everything is fuzzy and the picture doesent take up the whole screen (32" panasonic VIERA)
    i have tried s-video composite and componet and they all look exactly the same .
    If anyone can help me i would be be very greatful.
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    Have you tried updating the drivers for your graphics card in the first instance ?
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    The graphics drivers are up to date.
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    Originally Posted by samjaza
    I need some help the picture on my tv(from my graphics card)
    is all messed up everything is fuzzy and the picture doesent take up the whole screen (32" panasonic VIERA)
    i have tried s-video composite and componet and they all look exactly the same .
    If anyone can help me i would be be very greatful.
    What type of graphics card is it?
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    What resolution are you trying to use ?
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    Originally Posted by hiker
    What type of graphics card is it?
    the pc specs are

    gigabyte DS3 mb
    intel e4400 core duo @ 3.20GHz
    \/
    Nvidia Geforce 8800GTS 320MB GPU
    /\
    2GB DDR2 @ 800

    Originally Posted by aitken325i
    What resolution are you trying to use ?
    The only ones available are 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024, 1600x1200 and ive tried all of them. Even at 1600x1200 the picture doeset take up the whole screen (black borders) but the image is not compressed if i want to get to somthing i have to move the mouse to the side of the screen and make it scroll across.
    The tv is a widescreen tv but i cant seem to use the tv's native rez of 1366x768.

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