Monitor overscan, res issue, with pic! Tags: BIOS Resolution Monitors Components Last response: March 26, 2008 5:41 PM in Components Share Ygdrasil March 26, 2008 5:09:39 PM When trying to use the native resolution of the Samsung 932b plus (1280x1024), actually any resolution above 1024x768, the display stretches so that I have to scroll in order to reach the edges: Motherboard: K7S41 BIOS Version: P2.60 Onboard 64Mb VidCard I have already updated every possible driver and also the Bios (which I was trying to avoid due to inexperience) Looking forward to an answer to this Overscan? issue. Thank you in advance More about : monitor overscan res issue pic bombasschicken March 26, 2008 5:41:00 PM scratch that.. nm... Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Overscan issues on Philips 19" monitor Forum Two Problems - Res Changing & Second Monitor Issue Forum 7970 Issue with new IPS monitor (max res 2560x1440) [Yamakasi Catleap) Forum SolvedThin bezel monitors - false marketing or overscan woes? Forum Please help. Can't correct overscan issue with intel HD graphics. Forum Overscan issue Forum how to turn off overscan on my monitor? Forum SolvedPlease see the pic of hardware monitor and say if it is normal or not ? Forum Solvedis 1080p too low res for 27 inch monitor? Forum SolvedNew AMD GPU. Videos are very shaky and don't fit to the monitor res of 1920 x 1080p in video player or fullscreen Forum SolvedGTX 760 for 1920x1080 res Monitor Forum Nvidia overscan issues Forum PNY NVIDIA SLI GeForce 8800gt monitor overscan Forum SolvedPlaying and web browsing on 2 different res. Monitors Forum SolvedHighest res monitor and true edge to edge? Forum SolvedDifferent Monitor Res. don't display correctly Forum Overscan issues in new drivers Forum SolvedGood monitor res for 570 GTX? Forum Lenovo E531 not picking up 2560x1440 res monitor. Forum Low FPS with 5870 or no? *HIGH RES PIC) Forum More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !