I connect my PC to Manrantz 4K receiver then to TV. But when PC boots, display tilts. When the login shows, it displays normally. Now I want to test the PC with some software, but can't see the screen display correctly. What's the problem?
Not much information is being provided regarding the hardware and software being used. That would help a lot with diagnosis.
The first problem is caused by poor horizontal sync. It's not very common with newer digital TVs but it happened all the time with CRT TVs. My guess is that the receiver or the TV is not correctly handling the 640x480 output of the video card on the BIOS boot screen. The first things I would try is updating the PC BIOS, receiver BIOS, video card BIOS and TV BIOS (if available.)
The second problem is caused by a bad driver. I would find out what program or driver uses the file nvlddmkm.sys. A quick search turns up lots of info on nvlddmkm.sys crashes. It's due to a fault in the nVidia display driver. The fix for that is usually to update the nVidia display driver with the latest version available for the hardware. It it is already the latest, try a previous driver version.
There is no horizontal (or vertical) sync with digital TVs. The purpose of the sync pulses was to ensure the analog CRT tracked the camera scan. With digital TV, the pixels are just points on a plane and with all the processing, including look forward and look back frames, sync pulses just don't make sense nor have any purpose.
I understand that. However, it's doing a good job of mimicking a horizontal sync problem. Something is not getting mapped correctly. It could be a video driver issue. Considering the other issue. Updating the video driver would be a good first action.
I have seen PCs with similar symptoms caused by bad capacitors on the Motherboard,
the Video Card if not using the Mother board's video capabilty and even In the Power Supply. Please confirm the PC even works at all by connecting it directly to a conventional PC Monitor. Have a Nice Day.