Screen Cut Off?

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3 years ago#11
From: Maleku | #009
WizardlyOhio posted...
Well for whatever reason it seems Sony decided it was unnecessary to include resolution settings on my television. I hope there is a patch, as every other console I've had has not had this problem.


Sony was correct... you should not require resolution settings. Nintendo just takes current technology and takes a wide right turn instead of getting on board with what has already been laid out for them.


Yes, I think this is mostly Nintendo's fault since other consoles have worked fine, but it is annoying that I can't access this fix like everyone else. >_>
3 years ago#12
yeah i had the same issue, I own a samsung TV, as the previous poster above me did, and originally it was in 16:9, but i switched it to "full screen" and it works. just mess with your picture settings
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3 years ago#13
Maleku posted...
Nintendo is still getting their heads around the whole cutting edge 720P thing.

Give them time... a patch is coming.


I hope this is true. My TV aspect settings still don't fix the problem.
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3 years ago#14
From: stekim40 | #008
Switch to an HDMI cable, should fix it


I use HDMI and it did the same thing for me.

I switched my TV to "Just Scan' and it fixed Nintendo's stupidity for me.
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