Andrew Junev wrote: > Hello All, > > I just got a new machine (iP35 motherboard, ASUS EN8600GT/HTDI/256M > video) connected to my SONY TV (FullHD, 1920x1080) via HDMI. > I installed Fedora 7 with almost no problems (there was a minor issue- > the installation GUI didn't show up on my TV, so I did the > installation in text mode). > > But when X started, I got the picture that is actually bigger than my > TV. I mean I don't see Gnome's horizontal bars on top and at the > bottom, although I know they are there and working - I can click them > in "blind" mode and I can get to the menus for example. And I assume > there are some parts of the image missing from the left and from the > right side. > > Gnome says its video mode is 1920x1080 and my TV confirms it's in > 1080p mode when I switch it to a corresponding HDMI input. > > It seems I can't change any settings on my TV, at least I can't find > any options regarding its HDMI connections. It there a way to somehow > adjust it from the PC (Fedora) side? > > In fact I don't really understand how this situation is possible, as > 1920x1080 should be a "pixel to pixel" mode... > > Any suggestions? > > Thanks in advance! > > P.S. It's a clean install of Fedora 7. I only did a 'yum -y upgrade' > after the installation. > You can try xvidtune. A normally try to find an option to adjust picture size on the TV/monitor, but if there isn't one, you can tweak the X settings. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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