In your display preference pane on the Mac, make sure that you set your resolution to the proper resolution of the screen. This should allow the image to stretch to the screen borders.
Recently I installed the Snow Leopard OS on my Macbook Pro, previously I had 10.5 installed. However, now when I connect my Macbook to my flatscreen TV (Panasonic Plasma), using a mini display port cable to an HDMI cable, there's a black border around the edges of the picture.
Before the Snow Leopard upgrade I was able to view the entire screen area of the Plasma TV, without any borders. The only thing I've done differently since then is install Snow Leopard. Does anyone know how I can fill the screen with image without using the zoom option on the TV screen, as the zoom cuts off some image at the top and bottom?
This black frame around the image is driving me crazy, so any help or advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated.