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Samsung LE26R74BDX Cuts the edges off on component.

Merx

Standard Member
Hi Guys.

Go my Samsung LE26R74BDX today. Fantastic picture. Amazing. And great for PC use aswel.

Neway I use my 360 through the component cables. But about 5 pixels on each side are off the screen. Any other games this is not noticeable but on GRAW the edge of the HUD is missing. Its not that annoying, but I might aswel get it right.

Now through the standard menu options I can find no way to fix this problem?

Ive heard of service menus n stuff. Will they be able to help me?

Picture below shows it better. Thanks in advance.
 

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rio1981

Well-known Member
Merx said:
Hi Guys.

Go my Samsung LE26R74BDX today. Fantastic picture. Amazing. And great for PC use aswel.

Neway I use my 360 through the component cables. But about 5 pixels on each side are off the screen. Any other games this is not noticeable but on GRAW the edge of the HUD is missing. Its not that annoying, but I might aswel get it right.

Now through the standard menu options I can find no way to fix this problem?

Ive heard of service menus n stuff. Will they be able to help me?

Picture below shows it better. Thanks in advance.

You'll find this with some LCD's over Component - invest in a VGA cable, set up your resolution and the HUD should fill your screen. :smashin:
 

RidleyDeckard

Well-known Member
I had exactly the same problem, basically if you use the component cable, the image is overscanned, hence the shooting off the edge of the screen, if you use a VGA cable, you will get 1:1 pixel mapping on your screen at an increased resolution!
 

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