+ 0 Votes ALSO... kal_lmn February 19, 2013 at 11:07am PST While I am here, I might as well ask a side question. Is there a way to setup my TV (second Monitor) also act as a pair of speakers, or have items on it play sounds through it's speakers? + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer Slayer_ February 20, 2013 at 2:12am PST This was my solution as well + 0 Votes For the Sound question all that is required OH Smeg February 19, 2013 at 3:12pm PST Is to feed the Audio Out of the computer to the Audio In on the TV. I'm not sure about the TV here as normally you need to enter the Menu System and alter the Borders of the screen. I'm not sure how that would affect the TV displaying a TV Picture as apposed to a Computer Image. Col + 0 Votes Both fixable gechurch February 19, 2013 at 8:48pm PST I take it your secondary monitor is your TV? That's a pretty common issue with using TVs. Both Nvidia and Ati Catalyst Control Center have a section in their software that lets you adjust this setting (it's called overscan from memory). I can't remember the exact reason (Google will know), but TVs will cut off a portion of your nice 1920x1080 image when coming from a computer. The overscan setting basically tells the video card to pump out an image slightly less than 1920x1080 (like 1912x1068 or whatever). It's just a matter of finding the area to adjust this and then playing around until the image looks right. As long as your video card has a built in sound card you can have audio play through your TV. You will need to use the HDMI-HDMI cable though (as DVI supports video only). It's just a matter of plugging in the HDMI cable and choosing that as your audio output. + 0 Votes Just adjust TV scanning Allsysgo February 19, 2013 at 9:59pm PST Are you using Windows 7 or 8? If so, they will automatically adjust for best resolution. Keep the 1920x1080, just change the scanning on the TV from 16:9 to something like "Just Scan" on LGs or something like that on yours. Check your manual. You should use HDMI from the video card if you want both video and sound. DVI is just video. Just change the source to HDMI in the sound control panel by clicking on the sound icon in your system tray (near the clock), click "mixer" and change the drop down menu from "Device" to the item that has HDMI after its name. If none do, then the driver for the video card has not been properly installed. Check the instructions that came with your card. + 0 Votes Try turning Overscan off Charles Bundy February 19, 2013 at 11:52pm PST on the TV. Not certain where that would be in your menu but on my Panasonic it's under [Setup] - [Picture Overscan] - [On/Off]. Hope that helps!