Hello Robednz, thanks for contacting us through the Intel Communities.
Would you please let know the model number of the TV ?
Which resolution are you trying to use?
Which graphics driver do you have installed on it?
I have the same issues on my LG TV (47 LM6200) when I try 1920x1080 bios version 34, graphic driver 10.18.10.3496. win 8.1
the TV is a Panasonic TH-42PV8AZ the recommended resolution is 1280x720 but that puts too much of the desktop out of viewing area so I'm running 1280x600, at that i am missing the "X" button at top right and the back arrow button on the top left, i get around it by windowing things and resizing the window to the edge but it's quite painful... i have tried all available resolutions
i downloaded and installed the latest video driver from https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=23886 but no improvement..
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Are you sure that TV isn't actually 1024x768 resolution (pg 43 of the instructions)? I'd guess that any higher input resolution from PC is just scaling down to that. Have you done Menu-Setup-Picture Overscan-Off? Note that if you continue to try some too high resolution, you can sometimes use the driver's Graphic Properties - Display - Customize Aspect Ratio, and then reduce the vertical and horizontal sliders from their default 100.
Many thanks dougho, the overscan was on, i set to off and problem solved.. i did try several of the tv presets but i should have thought of that.. thanks again