Andrew Junev wrote: >> You can try xvidtune. A normally try to find an option to adjust >> picture size on the TV/monitor, but if there isn't one, you can >> tweak the X settings. > > xvidtune gives me an error: > > Xlib: extension "XFree86-VidModeExtension" missing on display ":0.0". > Unable to query video extension version > > > I also installed the latest driver from NVidia (100.14.19). I got lots > of resolutions and lots of new options. But the problem is still > there... > An interesting thing: I tried switching to 1280x720. When X restarts, > I get '720p' displayed on my TV for a moment. But when I get to the > login prompt of X, the TV switches back to '1080p'. But NVidia > configuration utility and Gnome itself are showing that they're > still working in 1280x720 (meaning 720p) resolution... > And the picture is still bigger than the TV in any resolution... > > What is wrong? I'm starting to think it's a kind of a hardware > incompatibility... Unfortunately I don't have another TV to try. > Dumb question - were you trying to run it from the command line, instead of from X? Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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