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Old 01-27-2015, 08:02 AM   #1
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Hey, I want to hook up my DYNEX 32L221A12 tv to my desktop pc. When I change the graphics to 1080p all of my texts are bury. I read online that I can fix that by going into the tv settings and changing something in the pc settings on the tv. I cant select that due to it not being unlocked. Do yall know a way to fix this. Or another way to get the texts not blury.
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Old 01-27-2015, 08:30 AM   #2
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What do you mean - It's not unlocked?
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By "locked" you mean that they are grayed out and you can't choose it. right?
I have seen that before. The settings only got available when i used VGA. That might be it.
There properly is a label at the VGA port on the TV that says PC.
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yeah i cant choose it... it is grayed out. but there is no ports that has pc on it.
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The blurriness properly happens because you are using an unsupported resolution. Your TV is a 720P TV.
It's time for an upgrade my friend.
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oh wow. i guess i read the wrong thread. I didnt realize how much pc stuff i had that was out of date. But thanks for your help BikerEcho
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No problem. Any time.
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Biker has it right. All TV/monitor have a "native" resolution for best readability.
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The blurriness properly happens because you are using an unsupported resolution. Your TV is a 720P TV.
It's time for an upgrade my friend.
If his tv is 720p that's HD and if he has a graffics card that supports HD i don't see any reason to buy other tv,unless he rather have 1080i which slightly better,but nowadays most providers won't provide in their chan more resolution then 720p,due compression chan.
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1080p is a better resolution frank. He can either set the screen resolution lower until the screen is no longer blurred, or if he wants 1080p he'll have to buy another TV.
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