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Difficult Problem - 1920 x 1080 not able to be displayed on HD monitor

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November 27, 2013 10:02:00 AM

Hi, over the last week I've been searching for an answer to a problem involving my computer ( hp pavilion p6-2316 ) and my monitor (LG Electronics 24MA32D 24-Inch LED-Lit 1080p 60Hz Tv). I recently installed a new graphics card hoping to get a higher resolution monitor, and higher gaming performance ( XFX AMD Radeon HD 7750 1GB GDDR5 ) This card has an HDMI port on it and my monitor goes up to 1080p.

What I have to show you.
Drivers for the graphics card and the monitor are up to date / cant be updated
http://gyazo.com/293ee0f019c8fe4f2e6b8d12eb8962d3
The 60hertz is the only option, and that check box cannot be touched.
http://gyazo.com/d3488f4e69cc87baa79c8bd6135768cc
My screen resolution is recommended to be at 1366x768 and for a good reason, if it is at 1920 x 1080 the picture is surrounded by a black border and the picture is nearly unreadable.
http://gyazo.com/54629fd97f5eb87ccfaccca3062a8839

I personally thought it could be a problem with my motherboard not supporting 1080p or not being fully compatible with the graphics card.

ANOTHER THING. This part could be important. Every time I turn my system on my power button turns orange and I hear 6 beeps, then it turns on. I thinks this a compatibility issue between the motherboard and the gpu. I could be mistaken.

Please find me a answer and solution! Thanks so much for reading.






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November 27, 2013 10:06:37 AM

No compatibility issue, you either need to turn Overscan on/off (can't remember which) in the AMD Catalyst Control Center, or if your monitor is actually a TV try and change the screen Format (should have options like H-Fill, True, Zoom, Normal, etc...).
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November 27, 2013 10:22:51 AM

chugot9218 said:
No compatibility issue, you either need to turn Overscan on/off (can't remember which) in the AMD Catalyst Control Center, or if your monitor is actually a TV try and change the screen Format (should have options like H-Fill, True, Zoom, Normal, etc...).


I did the overscan thing, it didn't do anything though. I did set the screen to 1920 x 1080 and I changed the aspect ration to cinema zoom. The black border was gone but the image still looks awful.
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a b U Graphics card
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November 27, 2013 10:26:52 AM

The proper one should be True or something, there are a few solutions you can try here: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-U...
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