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It is strange.sung
I have two laptops, a Dell and a Toshiba and two TVs a Samsung and a Haier.
The Toshiba streams all types of stream, (including slingbox), on all browsers on both TVs.
The Dell, (with a separate driver for the extended screen), streams everything, (like netflix and everything else) but slingbox to neither TV. Slingbox works fine on the Dell computer alone. There is never a distorted screen on the computer. It only happens, and it happens on both TVs, when I am using the Dell computer and slingbox.
I thought initially that the problem lies with the TV and streaming but because Netflix and other types of streaming work just fine I narrowed it down to something about streaming through with slingbox using my Dell computer that uses the drivers I am using for the extended display.
What happens is that the left side of the screen is just fine. But, the right side is always morphing out the edge with the right side of the picture missing. (In it's placed is the morphed image from the right side of the 1/2 of the left screen.)
None of this happens viewing on the computer alone for any type of video coming from the Internet. And, for Internet coming from Netflix or youtube, uverseonline, HBO on the go, etc.....I don't have the problem on the computer or the TV.
It is only when I want view my slingbox on any TV using my Dell computer. (The Toshiba works just fine.)
I don't think it is the resolution because the resolution on the left half of the screen is just fine.
But, I will try that
I suspect it has something to do with the extended display driver on the Dell computer that is set up for a TV that does something newer in gaming like 3D.....
Thanks for the ideas.