Thank you Andy soooo much!
I had a problem with the screen not showing Address bar/Menu at the top, and thanks to a link from @ EnvyThisStuff which is so freaking helpful
So, I changed the settings from my TV, a Dynex, under Video Advanced Settings, and disabled the "Overscan". Boom! it worked!
From miniand.com (https://www.miniand.com/forums/forums/1/topics/109
For Overscan Issues:
Despite the new Linux distros sending out signals in the proper resolution, your monitor may automatically try to (or have been preset to) compensate for overscanning. This is different from the simple zoom functions you might use for widening the image. Usually a quick look through your monitor's Video Settings (particularly in the Advanced Settings portion of things) you're likely to find an option related to the Display Area or something similar (eg. I have a cheap Best Buy Dynex LCD TV, and the option appears literally as "Overscan"). Toying with this option will likely solve your problems.
thanks guys, and will post any other issues (hopefully all good