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    Exclamation Full Screen for Tv Out

    Ok, the new pc is in the car and all. I still have the problem of being unable to get it to display is full screen. I have the Jaton Trident 3d77&tv. Its the PCI 9750. I can change it when i go into properties->display->output, but i know you can get it to boot full screen. The full screen option in the display properties is called "Overscan", and thats what i need it to load in. This is like the finishing touches on the mp3 car. I just got back from "test driving" it while in the car. Man, nothing beats a nice summer day and 1500 songs!!
    2004 F-150
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    Dustin Haug
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    How do you have the jumpers configured? I have the same card and can't get it to output to a TV at all.

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    yeah, jumpers are fine. someone said a long time ago that there is a file which comes with the cd that can force the card to go into overscan every time. if anyone has info on that, it would help ALOT!!! Thanks.
    2004 F-150
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    Dustin Haug
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    But what are they set to, I'm just curious so I can see if mine are right or if I messed up. Thanks.

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    its set to default, except for the jumper for the tv-out. i cant exactly remember, but i know i didnt have to mess with the jumpers much since it basically came ready from the factory. why? what problems are you having???
    2004 F-150
    Shuttle XPC, 80gig HD, Wireless Internet, DVD
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