So, just because I've nothing better to do (I'm at work as well), let me summarize what I think you're saying and give you some "things I'd be trying":
1) You've connected to your Olevia via DVI>HDMI cable to HDMI 1. Your graphic card is an ATI X700.
2) You can only connect using an initial resolution of 800 x 600. Once you have an image on screen then
you can change to 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz.
3) the resulting image on screen is as follows: your desktop is BIGGER
than your TV screen. This results in you seeing only a portion
of your desktop? So, say you were viewing the LOWER LEFT quadrant of your desktop, you see the Start button, but cannot
see the clock in the lower right corner? However, if you move the mouse to the right side of the screen, the desktop pans
across, ultimately showing the clock but now you can NOT see the Start button? (I'm assuming Windows here...).
If that is the situation, I would try the following:
1) Reset HDMI 1 to factory. Once complete, this might "stretch" your image, not sure what factory settings really are, but should be a good start.
2) If the image remains the same (have to pan around) then something (possibly the factory setting) is zooming your image? Try setting that input's Aspect ratio to 1:1.
3) Still panning? Then the image being sent
to the input has
to be bigger than the available screen real estate (bigger than 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz) in my opinion. It's displaying exactly what it's sent. I'd begin looking for "configuration errors
", like having the display resolution set to 1920 x 1200
on the PC (although you are in 1920 x 1080 mode, because the TV has "scaling capability", I bet you can send a "larger than native resolution" to the TV and cause some panning issues. Make sure that you "Adapter Mode" and "Resolution Setting" on the PC are both 1920 x 1080
. No "1200's" here
4) Hey, I haven't owned an ATI card since the 9800 series. Do these have anywhere in the driver/Catalyst (pain in the a$$) where you could accidentally have panning
turned on? Is that even there? I ain't preaching, far from it. I don't even know how to use my new 8800GTS worth a damn other than default settings for my PC monitor.
Just some things I'd try. I'll be following this thread closely. Confident there'll be a solution. I may not post for a few days tho. Getting eye surgery in 4 hours. Good-bye glasses....."Good night...and good luck"