I don’t update my HTPC too often because it only runs either a Kodi or Steam standalone sessions so I can stream games and media from my main PC and NAS. Anyways… with Kodi 14.2 released the other day I updated it(Arch x64) which updated the Nvidia drivers from 352.30 to 355.11 in the process. I quickly realized like the title suggests that my whole screen is shifted mabye 30-40(maybe more) pixels to the left leaving an ugly black bar of unused space on the right side of my TV (60" Samsung 3D LED through and Onkyo TX-NR636) and not being able to see the left side of the image since it is off the screen. My HTPC has a GT610 in it. Luckily this isn’t affecting my main PC with the GTX970’s.
I downloaded all of the recent drivers and started installing them one by one. The image being shifted to the left happens with 355.06, 355.11 and 358.09. I installed 352.55 and everything is back to normal so it’s something introduced in the 355 branch.
I’ve attached a bug report from the working 352.55 driver and the broke 358.09 driver. Let me know if I can provide anymore information or if you want I can snap some pictures of what I’m seeing. Thanks!
Edit* Some more info. I installed XFCE on it temporarily to mess with nvidia-settings in a desktop environment and with the affected drivers no amount of messing with the positioning can correct it. I also tried adjusting it on the TV itself and I can’t move it to the right enough to compensate. Something wonky in these latest drivers :)
nvidia-bug-report.log-352.55.gz (82.4 KB)
nvidia-bug-report.log-358.09.gz (64.1 KB)