I'm trying to connect my Macbook Pro to my parents' new HDTV, with some issues. The specs: MBP, Tiger -> DVI-to-VGA adapter -> VGA cable -> VGA port on HDTV. The HD set is a Toshiba 37" Regza 720p TV. When connected, I set it to the PC input (vga). On the OS X side (running Tiger), it auto-recognizes it and displays on the HDTV screen. However, while my MBP is widescreen and so is the TV, the image it produces on the HDTV is 4:3. Is there a way to make it the native widescreen it should be? The displays are set to be mirrored; would unchecking this solve the problem? On the Windows side, nothing works at all. I run XP via Bootcamp, and when I use the factory-standard nVidia drivers to output to the external, the TV sports a "unrecognized signal" message. I've tried setting the screen resolution on the MBP to 1024x768 first, but to no avail. Would a smaller resolution like 800x600 help? Do I need new drivers? The OS X side isn't that big of a deal, just an annoyance; I really want to get the XP side working so I can see all my Half-Life 2 games on the big screen. Any help with this would be appreciated.