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TV Out Overscan problem - advice needed.
I've spent a while now trying to get my Dell Latitude D800 with a
Nvidia Geforce4 4200 Go (dell mobile) video card to display without a
black border around the screen via TV Out.
I know I need to enable overscan somehow to allow the output to fill
out the TV picture, but I just can't find anyway to do it. I never
imagined that it wouldn't have this kind of feature like other cards
I've used in the past.
I've downloaded the latest Nvidia drivers (220.127.116.1187) and also
installed TV Tool - a recognised solution to this kind of problem.
Neither have an option anywhere available to select overscan or full
screen for the TV Output (that I can find anyway)...
I'm not a fool when it comes to things like this so it's very
frustrating. I am beginning to believe it can't be done on my laptop
due to the video hardware not supporting it - which is a surprise
considering how much the laptop cost !!
Any help or suggestions etc would be welcomed.
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