I have a similar box from ASROCK Vision 3D HTPC i3 bought 10 yrs ago upgraded with an SSD and 8gn Ram. It had been working amazingly well running Windows 10 for browsing, watching videos, MS office which is all my needs but 2 days ago it completed stopped working. Does anybody know if the power supply can be replaced or motherboard repaired or replaced or shall I just buy this Gigabyte box and transfer the internals over?
TV manufacturers have the unfriendly habit of choosing different names and places for the same function. For LG Web OS TVs I believe it is where nige says, part of the aspect ratio menu. There may also be a Scan or Just Scan option there that would be it. Changing the input label on the HDMI port you're using to PC may also help. The Sharp and Toshiba badges have been used by at least a couple of different manufacturers each in the last decade, so you'd have to try and look it up for the specific model/era of those TVs.
Will play with it a little then and come back with results. Thanks.
I think I know the problem, change the aspect ratio setting on the TV, it may also be a TV screen button on the remote to do this, you want the 'FULL' setting, NOT the '16:9' setting or the 'AUTO' setting (at least for a 1080p TV). I usually use this 'FULL' setting all the time as my devices do the scaling. Although when I plugged my PS3 into one TV and it was a 720p source, the TV detected that change of resolution but on the 'FULL' setting had the image sitting in the middle with big black borders, changing the setting fixed the image but caused overscan again when the source changed.
Yeah, I wasn't able to find the option to switch overscan off in my old Sharp and my dad's (he uses Brix now) Toshiba. I have an LG telly now and had the same problem with switching it off, so just changed the setting in video driver. How would they usually name it, as no thing sounding even close to 'overscan' can be found in the TV's menu?