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post #7051 of 7052 Old 07-03-2014, 02:32 AM
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I wouldn't expect a 1080p TV to support 1920x1200. You should extend your desktop to the TV, not mirror it. I do that with my HTPC running WMC with CableCard and XBMC, and it works perfectly and uses the TV's native resolution, which is what you want to be using anyway.
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Playing a 1920x1200 16:10 signal on a 1920x1080 16:9 set wouldn't make any sense as the aspect ratios do not match. The image on the TV would have to either zoomed in to maintain aspect ratio or squashed vertically to fit.

What you can do is go into your driver settings on the source PC, change your resolution to 1080p and disable scaling. What you will end up with is a thin black bar on the top and bottom of your monitor but the image will still be 1:1.

Hope this helps.
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