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So i have a laptop and i use a tv as a second screen (mostly for you tube} but the output from my laptop is fuzzy. i'm not sure if its the tv or the pc at fault and i need help fixing it so i can read the screen better.
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Have you checked your display resolution to see if the TV is displaying in 1080p?
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Depending on what resolution your TV is, that's what you are going to set the resolution at for your second display under the advanced display settings.
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TastyCashews wroteDepending on what resolution your TV is, that's what you are going to set the resolution at for your second display under the advanced display settings.


The resolution for my tv is set at 1920 x 1080, does that sound right?
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Decy wroteHave you checked your display resolution to see if the TV is displaying in 1080p?


How would i check that? sorry i'm really bad with this type of stuff.
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SMUK wrote
Decy wroteHave you checked your display resolution to see if the TV is displaying in 1080p?


How would i check that? sorry i'm really bad with this type of stuff.


If you are using windows you can just right click the desktop and it should be under the Display Settings.
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Once you've checked that its 1080p, Check to make sure its running at what i can assume to be 60hz.

Right click your desktop adn go to "Display settings"
then click the TV should be displayed as 1 and 2 which ever one the tv is click it
then scrolling down it will say display adapter properties
then in the monitor tab it should have a drop down of various numbers

Make sure it says 60Hz,

Danny
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Decy wrote
SMUK wrote
Decy wroteHave you checked your display resolution to see if the TV is displaying in 1080p?


How would i check that? sorry i'm really bad with this type of stuff.


If you are using windows you can just right click the desktop and it should be under the Display Settings.



its on 1080p
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dannrbo wroteOnce you've checked that its 1080p, Check to make sure its running at what i can assume to be 60hz.

Right click your desktop adn go to "Display settings"
then click the TV should be displayed as 1 and 2 which ever one the tv is click it
then scrolling down it will say display adapter properties
then in the monitor tab it should have a drop down of various numbers

Make sure it says 60Hz,

Danny


it was at 59 i just changed it to 60 but nothing really changed?
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SMUK wrote
dannrbo wroteOnce you've checked that its 1080p, Check to make sure its running at what i can assume to be 60hz.

Right click your desktop adn go to "Display settings"
then click the TV should be displayed as 1 and 2 which ever one the tv is click it
then scrolling down it will say display adapter properties
then in the monitor tab it should have a drop down of various numbers

Make sure it says 60Hz,

Danny


it was at 59 i just changed it to 60 but nothing really changed?


Is there a PC setting on your TV as i was looking around and i seen someone with the same issue and this seemed to help them check under the menu on your tv for a display mode
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