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Bios distorted image Beebox N3000

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Topic: Bios distorted image Beebox N3000
Posted By: litris
Subject: Bios distorted image Beebox N3000
Date Posted: 20 May 2016 at 5:36am
The image of the N3000 is correct with normal use as OpenELEC.

But when he entered the Bios I do not see the image completely have to move the mouse to see the hidden part.

And it is distorted only occurs in the bios. Is it a mistake or normal TV? Attached a picture of the TV and detail of the deformation.


Capturing the full TV shows that part of the bios needed to view full you must move the mouse.



Detail photo of deformation



Thanks.



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Posted By: parsec
Date Posted: 20 May 2016 at 1:41pm
Some TVs do not work perfectly when used with PCs.

The resolutions supported by PC monitors and TVs are not all the same. The resolution used in the UEFI/BIOS is not supported by the TV.

I used a 32" 720P TV with a PC, and it did the same thing in the BIOS that you see.

If your TV is 720P, which has multiple resolutions (1280 x 720, 1176 x 664), then it is normal for that TV.

I cannot see if your PC's UEFI/BIOS has the Full HD UEFI feature. If it does, you could try using the lower resolution setting instead of Auto, which might correct the problem.


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Posted By: litris
Date Posted: 20 May 2016 at 3:52pm
My TV is Full HD 1080p.

I'm going to see if there is the option in the bios you mention.

Thank you.


Posted By: Bluesmanuk
Date Posted: 21 May 2016 at 7:31am
Check the aspect ratio settings on your TV.

Different makes will have different names for the settings but mine has a variety (16:9, 4:3).

I choose Just scan which allows the TV to adjust itself to the environment that it is presented with.



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