- Apple/Mac OS
Today I connected a MacBook Unibody (13” and 2,4 Ghz CPU) into a 40” LCD HDTV (Sony Bravia KDL40L4000) using a MiniDisplay Port to DVI connector, a DVI to HDMI converter and a 5 meter long HDMI cable.
I ran into an “overscan” problem. Overscan means edges of the image are not viewable on the HDTV, which is pretty bad when you maximize a window.
Found the answer online here :
On the Bravia I selected MENU > Settings > Setup > Screen Settings > Display Area
It was set to NORMAL I changed it to FULL PIXEL
And for those doubting (you know who you are ;) ), the MacBook can play full HD (1080p) videos on the LCD without troubles (the MacBook comes with a Nvidia 9400M 256MB).