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Using Pro Book with Sony hdmi TV Monitor

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Pro Book Laptop
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)



My Deskop Samsung TV Monitor purchased new this last July failed, so I need to send it back to Samsung for repair. In the meantime someone lent me an older Sony TV hdmi monitor that for what ever reason won't display hdmi video from the desktop's (older) Nvidia video adapter however the Sony TV displays video from my HP Probook with a builtin Intel HD Video..


The problem I'm having is I'm not able to get Windows 10 (HOme) icons and screen to line up correctly. The display is too far to the left.


I've tried changing the display from Intel's HD video settings but nothing has worked so far and there doesn't seem to be any sort of auto adjustment for the display.


I'm uncertain how to create any custom display resolutions so the icons and video display line up correctly.


The HP Probook is a G4 with 8GB ram and Intel i3 cpu 128GB SDD. Has a touch screen display.


Anyway I'm trying to figure how to set and lineup the display for the Intel HD video. With Nvidia there's  an automatic display adjustment but I could not find a similar auto adjustment for the Laptop's Intel adapter with the Sony TV selected. 







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Updated the Intel HD 520 Graphics driver to the latest using Intel's Driver and Support Assistant.


However now the graphics driver settings are missing from Windows 10's control panel. There are a few graphics setting after right clicking on "Display Settings" from the desktop, but not any settings that were there before updating to the latest graphic drivers.



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