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HDMI setup problem

Posted on 2013-05-27
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Hi,

I have an Ati Radeon HD 5770 video card, with HDMI and DVI outputs.
For the moment, my monitor ( Asus MS228H ) is linked to the video card with VGA cables; monitor has also a VGA out and for the video card i use DVI to VGA adaptor.
Since my video card and monitor, are both capable of HDMI and have hdmi outputs, I want to try this method, as it has better resolution, details, etc.
When i switch to HDMI cable, there are some problems:
-the entire image is framed with 2 cm black edge
-all the text is  blurred
What step in HDMI setup am I missing?

Thanks
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Question by:braincap
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turn off the "keep aspect ratio" option....
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by:braincap
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Thanks man. Followed your hint and found a scalling option. This linked helped me further out:  http://efreedom.com/Question/3-339510/Fixed-Aspect-Ratio-ATI-Radeon-HD-4350-Windows-64-Bit
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