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I have been having trouble figuring out how to get full screen 1080p out of the MBP. I can use 1920 X 1080, but it still has side borders on the screen when overscanned. If you have any suggestions or experience with these components, please shed some light on this issue. --I have switchresx and displayconfigx--


Thanks in advance!
 

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Hello,


I have been having trouble figuring out how to get full screen 1080p out of the MBP. I can use 1920 X 1080, but it still has side borders on the screen when overscanned. If you have any suggestions or experience with these components, please shed some light on this issue. --I have switchresx and displayconfigx--


Thanks in advance!

I'm a Mets fan and you guys took Zito away from us. But I'll still try to help.


On the Mac, try messing with the Overscan button. On the Sony, is there a setting that defeats the overscan? On my Sharp LCD, there's a setting called dot-by-dot. Is there something similar on the XBR2?


There are many people who have gotten their Macs to work perfectly with their XBR2/3 and V2500's. Don't despair.


Also, are you connecting via HDMI or VGA? I assume HDMI since I would beleive that VGA wouldn't have any overscan issue at all.


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I have solved the problem.

What did you do to solve the problem? I won't be of use to me, but maybe there are others with a similar set-up to you and are experiencing the same issue.


Just post your solution for prosterity.


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