On 11/3/07, Mikkel L. Ellertson <[email protected]> wrote: > Andrew Junev wrote: > > Saturday, November 3, 2007, 9:35:54 PM, you wrote: > > > >> Dumb question - were you trying to run it from the command line, > >> instead of from X? > > > > If you mean xvidtune, I tried to start it from an xterm window. > > Is there some other way of doing this? Sorry for a (probably) dumb > > question back to you... :) > > > That is the way you normally start it. Ok - you can try running > system-config-display. It does not offer all the fine tunning > options of xvidtune, but you can try ether editing your monitor > specs, or specifying a lower max res and see if that helps. > > Or you can wait for someone that has more experience with HDMI to > connect to a TV. xvidtune will not work with the 'nvidia' X driver. system-config-display will definitely not work with the nvidia X driver, as it has no awareness of its existence. As for the original problem, that sounds like classic TV overscan which is often present when trying to run on a TV.