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Samsung LE26R41B DVI - HDMI

Discussion in 'Samsung TVs Forum' started by beasty54, Oct 13, 2005.

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    I have a samsung LE26R41B and have purchased a DVI-HDMI lead. My pc is running on a Geforce FX5700LE and i'm havin real problems connecting the PC to the tv usin the DVI port. When i try and use this connection method the picture seems to be displayed twice, one on top of the other and it flickers like mad.
    The only way around this is to change to a real low res and then the picture is too big for the screen .
    Any ideas?
     
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    Funny you should give that thread seeing as i created a post in it a couple of days ago.
    I kinda get the idea that i should forget about using the DVI - HDMI cable and stick with the normla VGA cable
    what a waste of money that cable was :suicide:
     
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    I cant notice the difference between VGA and HDMI, vga looks stunning on my samsung and no problems with connection or overscan.
     

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