Thanks for the info.
Have you tried to change screen resolution in Windows to get correct size picture on TV?
OK, let me forward this question to computer experts as it is not related to TV nor any driver for Pioneer TV available to my knowledge. You wont need to do any thing but just wait as hopefully soon a computer tech will respond.
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This may actually be a TV question after all. First of all, there are no drivers available, nor do you actually need drivers. Let me ask you this: how much of the Windows desktop is 'off the screen'?
Ok. All TVs have something called overscan. It is usually something like 5%. In other words, when you are watching ANY television show, about 5% of the picture is off the screen. You don't notice this because broadcasters allow for this when they transmit the program.With a PC however, it is not being taken care of and you are missing the tops and sides of your desktop.Most TVs have a PC mode which is also sometimes called 1:1 mapping and some other names. So we need to see if the Pioneer has this. So go into picture modes on the Pioneer and see what you can find. Without knowing the exact model, I cannot really help you find this. You will just have to look under (maybe) Picture Settings.Let me know.
No. Not on the card, in your TV. Look under the picture settings in your Pioneer for a PC mode that will give pixel for pixel mapping.