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Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by barong, Oct 10, 2005.

  1. barong

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    I have been since getting my Plasma attempting to get it to display correctly on my screen in HDMI (Hitachi 42PD7200)

    I have a pc running Media Center 2005 Rollup 2 have tried just about all the settings possible and yes used powerstrip allthough without instrauctions found a little hard.

    I have a 258mb ddr Radeon 9550 which has the latest ATI Catalyst and driver.

    I have set the res to 1080i which i have then connected a dvi - HDMi lead in using standard rgb i can see 1280x 1024 fine but obviously not as good quality and what was planned HDMI.

    When I set this HDMI to 1080i or 1280 x 720 i get the display showing ok but all the sides off screen and as this is not a normal monitor i cant pull display in width and height.

    Getting a bit annoying really as this is the whole point of buying the stupid thing but im sure you super guys know the deal
     
  2. Jim_Fear

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    Whats the res on the 7200? And are you using the catalyst control center?
     
  3. barong

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    The 7200 can do 1080i or 1280x 720 but each misses the outside edge i have tried using the catalist and powerstrip
     

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