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Check the cable connections. If you are using an LCD monitor with a VGA cable, the display may be blurry because the LCD monitor is digital and the VGA cable is analog. If you have a DVI connection you can use at the back of your computer that will stop the blurry effect.

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If you're on a hunt for the best monitor, it's a good idea to future-proof your computer setup with an excellent 4K monitor. 1080p and 1440p monitors are hardly obsolete, but since most content and games are now in 4K, the best way to experience them is with one that's capable of displaying them in that resolution. You'll also soon realize that many 4K displays cost about the same as their 1440p counterparts. So, you're really better off going with the higher resolution.

I have a Panasonic TC-L47E50 Smart TV. I hooked a computer up to it yesterday via HDMI, the resolution on my pc is set to 1920x1080, but the top, sides, and bottom of the desktop are cut off. I can move the mouse to the missing areas and click and whatnot, but I want to know why the TV isn't displaying it's native resolution properly.

When I connect my computer to TV directly I did not have this problem. But recently I purchased a HDMI switcher as I was running out of space and came across this problem. The solution was simple. Find the HDMI input on the TV that is specified for computer. Mine was called HDMI Game. Once I connected the HDMI switches output to this input all the inputs including my computer showed up correctly. As others have noted I believe this is due to the overscan/underscan on other HDMI inputs on the TV.

The only time I have the problem is when I play DVDs and the aspect ratio will only set at 16x9 ior 4x3. It won't set at Just Scan or any other. Almost every DVD has some problem. Old ones are worse than new. Just had one that won't play at all because the start button is off the screen on the computer.

I have a Viewsonic VP2365 Led (VGA) with a Mac Mini. The desktop was overscan at 1920x1080, finally solved directly on the viesonic, pressing the "Auto Image Adjust" button. I hope this helps someone.

Andrew Cunningham is a former senior staff writer on Wirecutter's tech team. He has been writing about laptops, phones, routers, and other tech since 2011. Before that he spent five years in IT fixing computers and helping people buy the best tech for their needs. He also co-hosts the book podcast Overdue and the TV podcast Appointment Television.

This article was co-authored by Josef Storzi and by wikiHow staff writer, Nicole Levine, MFA. Josef Storzi is an Apple and Mobile Phone Repair Specialist and the Owner of Imobile LA, a mobile phone repair company based in Los Angeles, California. Josef specializes in repairing screens, charging ports, batteries, water damage, speakers, and microphones on all mobile phone brands including Apple, Samsung, LG, Nokia, and Sony. He also specializes in tablet, laptop, and computer repairs as well as the pros and cons of recent mobile software updates.The wikiHow Tech Team also followed the article's instructions and verified that they work. This article has been viewed 906,876 times.

Screen resolution is a measurement based on the number of pixels on a display. The higher the number of pixels, the clearer the text and images on the screen. The resolution you can use on your computer depends on the capabilities of both your monitor and your video card. Operating systems automatically select the best possible resolution that both your monitor and video card can handle. When you find the resolution, you'll see it displayed as Width x Height in pixels (e.g., 1920 x 1080), or using terms like 4K/UHD (which means 3840 x 2160) or Full HD/1080p (which means 1920 x 1080). This wikiHow teaches you how to find out the resolution on your Windows PC, Mac, or Chromebook. 041b061a72

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