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pc on tv: screen doesn't fit on tv

by gabez5 / December 16, 2008 1:28 PM PST

hey guys, i just connected my dell xps 400 to my panasonic th-c42fd18 plasma. The only problem im having is that the screen size on the tv is too big, how do i fix the resolution? (By the way, im running dual monitors, both are displaying the same thing; the picture on the computer moniter is fine, but the tv is too stretched out and doesnt fit.)


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