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So seeing as I have a DVI input on the TV, and a DVI output on my HTPC, it would only make sense that I use DVI to connect the two. (the component inputs are being used by other stuff anyways) However, I cannot get the TV (Panasonic PT-47WX53) to display 1080i (video card, ATI 9200). All I can get is 480p out of the DVI connection. I'm using the powerstrip settings below:


1920x1080i=1920,88,44,148,1080,4,10,30,74250,9


When i apply these settings, the TV acts as if it has no input at all. Any ideas as to how I can get 1080i to display properly?
 

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Dude,


I have the Panny PT-53WX53 and I have an Ati 9600 pro, when I installed the Cat 3.4 drivers, and asked me to reboot computer, I shutdown PC, removed vga monitor and connect my panny to the DVI input... Windows detected the Panny and booted at 1920x540p res.


Then I tried Cat 3.10 and did the same thing as above, this time windows detected my Panny and booted at 1920x1080i...?


the problem is, I have overscan with both resolutions and 1920x1080i fonts are way, way too small to read. so I went back to Cat 3.4, which is easier to read.... the Windows Media 9 HD demos that I downloaded from Microsoft look pretty amazing.


I am not using powerstrip either, which I am thinking in using to get rid of overscan.
 
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