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    Try to connect TV with PC through VGA, but...

    all I can see on TV is desktop wallpaper (just picture from Windows Theme, without icons and wigets). Movies, sowtware windows etc. don't display...
    TV - 32PFL8404H/60, last software installed
    PC - Windows 7, GeForce GT 430, 1920x1080, 60 Hz

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    Hi,

    you have two options to connect your PC to your TV: mirror the PC desktop or extend the PC desktop.

    Your describted scenario indicates that your are extending your desktop. Try the following: take a window and try to move it to the left and right border of your PC screen: now you should be able to see parts of that screen on your TV.

    I think, you would like to mirror your PC 1:1 to your TV. Just go to your graphics settings and disable the "extension".

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    Hi,
    thanks for answer. You're right: TV works as extension to the monitor. Could you give me a tip - how to disable "extension" mode, where is the button?

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    Hi,

    open the Nvidia Control Panel - in the monitor/resolution options you should set this up... just look at the options...

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    Thank you, Alex!

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