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MacBook Pro - MacBook Pro & Samsung 42inch


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Dear all,

I'm rubbish, I can't get the display to work with my Samsung 42 inch.

The screen looks absolutely fine when it's still but if I move the cursor it creates a sort of fuzz around it as it moves but is fine again when its still. The same happens when I play a film, anything that moves has a sort of fuzz around it until it stops!

It used to work fine with a Grundig CRT and I haven't changed the connection method (SCART/PAL) or anything on the mac.

Can anyone help this invalid?!!!

*Macbook Pro 17inch (2006)... help, I'm useless!
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Anyone!!!!!???????



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Really no one has any idea, everyone must be as rubbish as me!

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I assume your on the other side of the pond?
Is SCART the connection type you're using?

My Samsung had a little trouble when I first plugged it into the Mac. I had to hit the aspect ratio button a few times till it found the right one. I know it sounds dumb but the TV kept wanting to use 16:9 when there is a special ratio for computer use with my HDTV.


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Indeed I am on the other side of the pond! The rubbish side apparently! It's really weird, it just looks fine until it moves! I'm using a scart connection as well.


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*Macbook Pro 17inch (2006)... help, I'm useless!
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