> Looking for help with the older cab I bought (because I don't have the skills to
> build one).
> It uses a 4:3 CRT KLH television (model KT2406) as its monitor. The PC is connected
> through S-video through an S- video capable graphics card.
> This wasn't a problem with the old PC, but using the new one a significant amount of
> the picture is cut off on all sides. In other words, even though the aspect ratio
> looks okay, the picture is just a little too big for the screen.
> Adjusting the PC resolution doesn't help. I'm inclined to think "fixing" the TV's
> overscan would fix things, but I can't figure out how to access the TV's service
> menu. Any advice?
Typically this is the PC video card and driver causing the over scan. Since I have no way of currently knowing your video card type or OS, on my system if I right click the desktop and go to NVIDIA Control Panel, (since I have an NVIDIA Card) you would navigate to "Adjust desktop size and position" then go to the "Size" tab and tick the "Enable desktop sizing" box, then sliders will appear, allowing you to fine tune the desktop width and height to the monitor.