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Old 03-29-2013, 11:13 AM
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Default ATI Video Card: Adjust Screen Position?

I've got my desktop computer hooked up to an older Philips 720p DLP TV which has no adjustment settings for screen position. The video card setup is a pair of 4870's in crossfire, and I'm still running Catalyst 12.4. (Yes, I know, it's out of date. How much refinement are they making for 4870's these days?)

Problem is, my screen position seems shifted to the right by probably 50-80px or so. The adjustments available in CCC seem to only help for picture size, not picture position. As mentioned above, my TV doesn't have any adjustment settings for picture position.

Anyone know an easy fix for this? Right now the only thing I can seem to do is set overscan to -15%, and then I get the image lined up on the right edge of the screen, but then I've got black bars on the other three sides and I've lost a big chunk of screen real estate.

Yes, I've googled. I spent a couple of hours googling. I found absolutely nothing helpful.
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