Centre or move my screen position

To centre or move your screen position

NVIDIA note Centre or move my screen positionNote: These instructions apply to Windows XP. For Windows Vista and later, see Resize my desktop – Windows Vista and later.

To centre or move your desktop or picture on your digital display screen:

  1. From the NVIDIA Control Panel navigation tree pane, under Display, click Adjust Desktop Size and Position to open the page.

  2. Click the image that represents your digital flat panel display.

  3. Select either one of these options, depending on which one gives you the result you want:

  • Use NVIDIA scaling

  • Use my display’s built-in scaling

If your desktop or picture appears cutoff on your analogue display (CRT) screen, try any one or both of these procedures:

Procedure 1:

  1. From the NVIDIA Control Panel navigation tree pane, under Display, click Change Resolution to open the page.

  2. Click the image that represents your VGA display.

  3. From the Resolution box, select a higher resolution and then click Apply.

Procedure 2:

  1. From the NVIDIA Control Panel navigation tree pane, under Display, click Adjust Desktop Size and Position to open the page.

  2. Click the image that represents your VGA display.

  3. Use the arrow keys on the image that appears to adjust your screen position until your desktop/image is no longer cutoff on any side.

If your desktop or picture appears cutoff on your TV or HDTV screen, try any one or both of these procedures:

Procedure 1:

  1. From the NVIDIA Control Panel navigation tree pane, under Display, click Adjust Desktop Size and Position to open the page.

  2. Click the image that represents your HDTV.

  3. Open the Resize user interface.

  4. Select the Resize my desktop radio button, then click Resize Desktop.

  5. Use the sliders to adjust the size of the display until you get the desired result, then click OK.

Procedure 2:

  1. From the NVIDIA Control Panel navigation tree pane, under Display, click Change Resolution to open the page.

  2. Click the image that represents your HDTV.

  3. Make sure the Connector-type list is set to the correct connection for your TV or HDTV display.

  4. The Resolution list displays various HDTV display formats and equivalent screen resolutions such as 480p (720×480 progressive), 480i (720×480 interlaced), and so on. Choose a format that gives you the display result you want on your screen.

  5. From the Resolution box, select a higher resolution and then click Apply.

NVIDIA note Centre or move my screen positionNote: Typically, progressive formats provide a more stable picture with less flickering. Refer to your HDTV owner’s manual for a list of supported display formats.

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