There's an option to adjust scaling or overscan to compensate for the television's overscan.
check in your setting over scan is not set on your TV, It will be probably be called some thing else mines called fullmode and set 1-1. Your TV may have settings to change screen size. If it has not got one open crimson driver, preferences and click on Radeon additional settings. click on custom resolutions. click new and adjust the horizontal timing and vertical timing,
don't alter anything else, make the numbers smaller to shrink your graphics card output to fit on your screen,
use verify to check if screen size works.
if the screen resolution works you can save it to use,
If the screen goes blank or something it just means the settings you have set for the screen are out of spec but screen will return to normal in 10 seconds or so
Other screen resolutions will need to be set the same way if you use them. You may have to set your TV to the resolution of whatever game you play first
Not an ideal solution but works
II'll have to look at the tv. Just bought a 24" 1080p 60hz TV/monitor (Insignia) with HDMI from my desktop. It has an AMD Radeon HD 6530d. Ended up selecting 1776x1000 to fix the overscan in Windows 10 anniversary update. In windows 10 from the control panel device manager I tried to update the existing AMD driver and Windows said that I already have the latest driver so I don't know if AMD has fixed this so that I can get 1920x1080. The regedit article that comes up in google didn't work for me. Anyone else have a solution? I think that Windows might be using a generic PnP driver at this point.
Check out this thread rx480: cannot get 3840x2160 60hz on DisplayPort
a lot of TV's have a setting to change the screen from overscan in its settings, mine is called full mode, here's some more links
Thanks. The default setting in the TV/monitor was overscan yes.
I went into the Insignia menu to picture to advanced settings and
changed overscan to off and that fixed the problem. Went back to
Windows 10 Anniversary Update and changed display from 1776x1000
to 1920x1080 and it works fine. Also had a problem with the Linksys
USB wifi so upgraded to AE3000 USB and the problem that
prevented v 1607 from updating went away.
great to hear problem is fixed