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PC to TV via VGA @ 1080p


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Iam currently connecting my PC (Ivy Bridge GPU HD2500) to my LG32LH3000 via VGA and it has used the 1080p output correctly but the whole video window is shifted to the right by about 50 pixels resulting in black bar down one side, can only see half of the clock in tray in bottom right..also some slight ghosting.. i have tried HDMI but it comes on 1024x768 and when I chose 1080p or any other reesolution it goes blank saying theres no signal?? doesnt receive any feed according to the TV..? - if i plug in the VGA , remove it and pop the HDMI back in it re-appears but back at 1024x768?

the TV's settings doesnt have any 'sync' settings that would allow me to move it across

could this be a VGA cable issue?

EDIT: SORTED: new setting called 'screen' appears when using VGA as input but it was right at the bottom hidden away...good job i went for a second look..this enabld me to change the horizontal and vertical sync :) - Th Hobbit in 1080p @ 48fps (using SVP) here we come :)

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