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come on guys please help me with my LG

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thunderwing

Guest
hi,

just a few things im a complete newbie and in a way dont know what i am doing. i have a few problems that maybe you could help me with.

i have the LG 32LX2R 32 inch hd ready tv and have connected my xbox to it via component, i get a great picture when i set the xbox to ntsc, all the scan rates, e.g 480p, 720p, and 1080i, now my problem is that when i play a game for example burnout revenge works great but has a few jagged edges and not smooth, but the major problem is i put on a 720p game (xmen legends 2) and the quality is really poor really blurry and looks really, really pixelated.

what am i doing wrong?

also i have tryed to connect my pc to my tv with no joy, im using the cable that came with my tv (DVI) and i cant get a picture at all just a black screen. i was under the impression that the dvi would just work straight away!

please if anyone can help me out, i would be most gratefull

cheers
 

daxie

Standard Member
did you try any other 720p games?


Are you sure that on your pc you select a 1360x768 or 1366x768 resolution on your second output (the one your pc hangs onà
 
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freekb

Guest
thunderwing said:
hi,

also i have tryed to connect my pc to my tv with no joy, im using the cable that came with my tv (DVI) and i cant get a picture at all just a black screen. i was under the impression that the dvi would just work straight away!

please if anyone can help me out, i would be most gratefull

cheers

Well, it is pretty much does work out of the box
- don't forget to select the correct input ie. DVI-PC
- If the DVI-PC doesn't work, use the supplied VGA cable instead, VGA tends to cause less grief.
- also, make sure you set your pc resolution to something supported, like 1360x768
 

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