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I have 3 HDMI outputs on my TV. On 2 of the HDMI outputs, when I connect my laptop with HDMI cable, it detects my screen perfectly. On one of the HDMI outputs, the laptop screen is too big, the screen resolution isn't exact like the other two outputs. Do you know why it does this?
 

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Originally Posted by jyeh74  /t/1472390/hdmi-outputs-from-laptop#post_23306028


I have 3 HDMI outputs on my TV. On 2 of the HDMI outputs, when I connect my laptop with HDMI cable, it detects my screen perfectly. On one of the HDMI outputs, the laptop screen is too big, the screen resolution isn't exact like the other two outputs. Do you know why it does this?

Have you plugged anything else into the one port that doesn't seem to be working right? There is a slim chance that that port could be failing. Plugging something else into it would be a good way to test it.
 

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.......or the tv's HDMI inputs have individual settings, like overscan or 1:1 pixel matching, and the one that isn't working correctly is not set the same as the other two.
 

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Have you plugged anything else into the one port that doesn't seem to be working right? There is a slim chance that that port could be failing. Plugging something else into it would be a good way to test it.

I have not. The one that does not work right is on the side of the TV. The other two are in the back.
 

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Then as Otto stated you have different settings for the HDMI sideport then you do for the ones in back.

Modern TVs let you set an save different settings for each physical input port. Often they will addition set and save different resolutions input on each physical port.
 
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