Solved: LCD display does not fill screen

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mshabsovich

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i hooked up a laptop (Dell Studio 1558) to an ASUS VH242H 23.6" HDMI Full 1080P Widescreen LCD Monitor via HDMI. I have the latest ATI drivers for the video card installed. For some reason the screen does not fill the display. the resolution is set to 1920 x 1080 when multiple displays is set to "show desktop only on 2." when on duplicate the max resolution is only 1368x768 and the display looks like crap with black boarders all around. what can be done? Thanks
 
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i dont have an ati card so i dont know exactly what you need to do but the issue is scaling.

im not 100% this will work...

Open CCC (if you have it)

Go to desktop and displays

Right click on the desired desktop from the bottom of the icons at the bottom of the menu

Got to configure

Scaling Options

and find one that works for you

hope this helps
jules
 

mshabsovich

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i dont have an ati card so i dont know exactly what you need to do but the issue is scaling.

im not 100% this will work...

Open CCC (if you have it)

Go to desktop and displays

Right click on the desired desktop from the bottom of the icons at the bottom of the menu

Got to configure

Scaling Options

and find one that works for you

hope this helps
jules
thanks, scaling it to 0% worked
 
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