I have an MSI GE620 laptop, which has a GT 540M in it. I just bought an Auria EQ2487L 24" 1080P TV. I have it hooked up through HDMI and I'm running windows 7.
The edges, however, are clipped. When I maximize a window, I'm missing about 1/2" or 1" on all edges, as if it were zoomed in about 10%.
Things I've tried:
Adjusting the zoom with the TV - no option to do so. Just a zoom mode which makes it worse.
Use windows to set a lower resolution - I set it at 1600x900 and it displayed fine in the center of the screen, but when I stretched it, the problem came back.
Set the scaling with the nvidia control panel - no such option exists in my control panel.
Set the scaling with the Intel Graphics and Media Control Panel - does nothing.
It might not be called screen format but thats what it does. All HDTV's have 4 or more screen (picture) formats available!!!
A VGA cable wont give you HDTV!!!(1080P)
Edit; You might be able to change the Overscan in your Nvidia control panel. Set it as low as it will go 0 or -10.
okay, looking fromt eh remote, go into MENU---> Enter--->settings---> display settings. Fromt here you can see what the options are for native resolution, unformatted display or normal format. At first on the Philips i hooked up my pals HTPC, it seemed to go outside the TV's border...until we just hit the unformat option in the menu and voila