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Help with video monitor needed.

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Hello Gents and Ladies (have to be careful :-) )I couldn't find a 5" VGA monitor for my CDU and I bought from ebay a 5" Blaupunkt composite monitor. It works fine with one big problem; on all 4 sides about 3-5 mm is not used and that gives me problems with my FDS CDU, picture is too small and buttons will not align. On a normal monitor with control buttons you can adjust both horizontal and vertical size but there are no buttons on this monitor...:-(I have also a 7" liluput TV which has the same problem..Is there a way to make the picture fill the screen? Or any software.I have a nvidia geforce mx4000 card (56.72 drivers)on that machine which runs windows XP pro and P4 1.7 .Any advice will be deeply appreciated.

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Stephan,Thanks a lot!Seems like that's exactly what I need.

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Samin,TVTool is indeed a way to solve this problem and it offers lots of other fine tuning capabilities. However, the 56.72 driver of NVIDEA is also able to put your TV screen into full mode. Just click at the TV screen window in Display Properties, Settings, click the advanced tab, goto your card specific part and choose Full Screen Video. (and don't forget to define TV in DuelView mode of NVIEW).Regards,Nicowww.nicokaan.nlfc.php?vatsim=814584&indicator=OD1&a=pic767.jpg

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NVidia drivers also allow for fine-tuning the size and position of the display too, in case the desktop isn't displayed correctly. Without connecting a tv to my pc again, I can't say how this is done exactly, but I have used the functionality myself for the tv display.

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Thanks to all of you:Stephan, I have downloaded Tvtool and it solved the problem.Nico and Ceawlin, I will recheck with nview etc.. probably I did something wrong before and messed it up.

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