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how do you connect a cpu to an hdtv?

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Old 01-19-05, 07:23 PM Thread Starter   #1
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how do you connect a cpu to an hdtv?


I have a tv and dvi in and a videocard with a dvi out i hook the up together and my tv chops off the tops and bottem at 1024/768. When i hook my monitor up(which i need to see) and raise the resolution above 1024/768 my monitor say "out of range". My tv should be capable of 1366/768 so does any one have any custom drivers or anything that will help me out?

My TV= KF-50XBR800
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can't you just go to settings and change the resoloution while you are running your TV? I think that should work.

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