I have a TC-P42S2 42-Inch 1080p Plasma HDTV hooked up to me PC through a DVI-to-HDMI link (came with video card) and an HDMI cable obviously. The card is an EVGA GTX 260 with sound passed through Xtreme gamer sound card via internal SPDIF cable. Sound and video work, but video is overscanned (lower bar cut off for example). Latest video drivers just downloaded. How do I fix this?
Also, in "full" mode on the TV at 1080p, there are black bars on the left and right sides of the screen.
Nevermind. I turned off overscan (named strangely in menu) and it works. However, the screen sometimes gives off a "flicker" that makes the desktop or something appear instead of the movie. Even the desktop does this sometimes, flickering a different part of the desktop in that place. What is going on? This is through an HDMI cable.
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Last edited by vassock; 15th Dec 2010 at 21:03.
If you're still interested, it's in Menu -> Picture -> Aspect Adjustments -> HD size. There are 2 sizes, 1 and 2. Change from one to the other to get rid of/turn on overscan.