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Old 09-02-2013, 09:34 AM - Thread Starter
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I saw this thread about correcting overscan in WMC under Windows 7:

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However, if I select anything but "flat panel", this causes problems (since I have a flat panel), as WMC determines every once in a while that I have a flat panel. Then, WMC will run a non-native resolution, which means the picture is not close to the edges of the TV. This has happened for three different flat panels. So, I gave up and just let WMC overscan so that I can't see video at the bottom, top, and sides.

Does anyone know how to select "flat panel" and limit or correct overscan in WMC?

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