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Q: video & monitor drivers

I can not find the video and monitor drivers for a hp pavilion 4533. Can any one find the drivers for me?

A: video & monitor drivers

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Hello, It would be outstanding if one of you intelligent gentlemen or ladies could help me with this issue.

I have a chaintech 7NIL motherboard and a chaintech FX5600 video card set to a digital Viewsonic VG171b which I have had for a few years.

The problem is that the monitor will flicker periodically. It is not flickering constantly, as per a refresh rate issue, but rather at random times. Sometimes the right side of the screen will flash a quick line, sometimes the whole picture just adjusts/flickers.

It is not a big issue that prevents normal use of the computer, but it is quite annoying!

I have the latest nVidia drivers. I have the refresh rate and resolution set ot the native for the LCD, and I have tried chanign the quality settings within the computer, but it hasn't worked.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
James
 

A:Problem with Monitor and Video Drivers?

Plug out the monitor from the graphics card and check for dirt. Assuming there is none then try it on someone elses to see if the same thing happens. Double check the refresh rate on your and your friends computer. If it happens on there computer then there could be something wrong with the monitor. If it behaves normally then im stumped. Could be something with the graphics card. Try another monitor with it to see if the same flickering accours. It happens sometimes on my laptop but only when the bulb is warming up. OH The Bulb? that could be causing it. Dont know how to check though.
 

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So, I got a new video card at work to install and nothing will show up when I plug it in. I can go through the computers VGA and it works fine, but when I go to the video card only a black screen. Any help? Can't download drivers either, only black screen upon boot.

A:Display Drivers/Video Card and Monitor Screen

Hi,

Have you tried removing the graphics card and using the on board VGA to boot into windows, you could then install the required drivers.

Then shutdown the PC >> Insert new graphics card and see how that goes??

Regards,
Jamie

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Hi everyone.
Yesterday I bought a new monitor (Packard Bell viseo 190W), I've plugged it to my computer, but something is not working: while windows (I've XP pro) is loading the logo appears and everything seems to be ok, but just before the "user-interface" loads, the monitor goes black showing a "NO SIGNAL" message. I tried to uninstall ati-drivers (my graphic card is ati radeon 9250, 256MB ram), it works but obviously is in low mode graphic. If i try to reinstall catalyst + drivers the problem comes back. I tried Omega drivers too, same problem :\

What should I do? Any suggestions?

Thanks for help
@moderator can u change "video board" with "graphic card" in the thread title? thanks
 

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There's a lot to this story so I'll try to condense it as much as I can. A few days ago I was watching Netflix and my monitor suddenly went blank. I could still hear the show, so I unplugged and replugged the cords until it finally came on. This happened about 3 more times that day. The next day I turned on my computer and the monitor didn't come on. I did the same thing and it finally came on. It would go off randomly throughout the day just like before. Now we get to today and the same thing happened l, except today I couldn't load any of the games I play. I tried to launch over watch and it told me my video card wasn't compatible. I tried to launch counter strike global offensive and it forced me to have the lowest settings possible. So I decided to update my drivers. I had been putting this off for some time just because everything seemed fine. When the driver update would ask for permission from my computer my monitor would go blank and I would have to unplug and replug like before. If I tried to open task manager the monitor would go blank. A lot of the times when the monitor would go blank, icons would be moved around on my desktop and the programs already open,  such as steam and battle net, would shrink. So anyways I was able to update my drivers and so I tried to open up over watch. Again nothing changed and my driver software says I still need to update. So I was browsing the Internet and someone had a detailed explanation on how to co... Read more

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Im doing this for my Dad, so i have absolutely no idea how to describe the problem but i figured this place was my best shot as google is giving me no results on my query.
There appears to be no monitor drivers installed on the pc... and its running from the bare minimum settings. I think the refresh rate is set at a low low low setting, because lets say, if i move a window by dragging it across the screen, its all choppy, doesnt move smoothly at all... sort of like it jumps every half a second until i stop moving my mouse, then stops. The same with when i'm scrolling in internet explorer... smooth scrolling doesnt exsist! lol

I figured it was a driver problem seeing as there wasnt one installed. So i found the disk with the drivers on, and followed the instructions, which were as follows:
"Right Click" the mouse anywhere on the "BLANK" area on the desktop and click on PROPERTIES.
Click the SETTINGS tab and then click ADVANCED.
Click the MONITOR tab and then click PROPERTIES.
Under MONITOR PROPERTIES, click DRIVER then click UPDATE DRIVER.
On the HARDWARE UPDATE WIZARD, select Install from a list of specific location (ADVANCED) then click Next.
On the next HARDWARE UPDATE WIZARD window, select DONT SEARCH, I WILL CHOOSE THE DRIVER TO INSTALL. Then click NEXT.
On the following window, click on HAVE DISK.
Type D:\ENGLISH\DRIVERS (Where D is the drive letter of your CD ROM Drive) on INSTALL FROM DISK window then click on OK.
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A:Solved: Can't install monitor drivers for AOC flat screen monitor

Additional monitor drivers are usual not needed. What do you have for a video adapter and are those drivers installed? Right click on My Computer choose Properties/Hardware/Device Manager. What information is listed under Video Adapters?
Also what are your screen resolution and refresh settings?
 

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First off, I have Windows XP.

For example, I have an older video card in my system now because I have to send my better card in for warranty repair.

I had upgraded to Direct x 9 and now I want to go back to 8.1. How do I revert or remove Direct x 9?

Also, what is the best way to install video drivers? I heard awhile back you should boot into safe mode or something?

THanks
 

A:What's the BEST way to install video drivers , new Direct X,and remove older drivers?

This method works best for me. First off, I use Norton Ghost 2003 to make an image of my Windows drive. When I make this image, I have already installed WinXP SP1 plus all the latest Windows updates I can get. Also, I have already installed useful and necessary programs like Norton Antivirus 2002, ZoneAlarm Firewall, NoAds, Analog X Cookiewall. I make sure that I don't have any videocard drivers installed. As for Direct X, it's the default one installed when you first install WinXP.

Now that I have the image, I go on and try installing new Direct X versions or new videocard drivers. If something goes wrong and messes up my system or I'm not happy with the performance of the new drivers or Direct X, I use Norton Ghost 2003 to restore my image. By restoring the image, I have everything back--WinXP SP1 + all updates, programs I've installed, etc. The process only takes about 4 minutes compared to reinstalling Windows + all the programs manually (3-5 hours).

With the image backed up to that original point, I try alternative drivers or Direct X files until I find a setting I like.

This is the way I test new Detonator drivers and Direct X files. It's fool-proof and makes me more bold in trying out new stuff.

If you need more background on the benefits of Ghost 2003 and its usage, check out this guide at Radified.com:

http://ghost.radified.com/

Hope that helped.

BTW, if you remember the date that you installed Direct X9.0, you might be able to go bac... Read more

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First off, I have Windows XP.

For example, I have an older video card in my system now because I have to send my better card in for warranty repair.

I had upgraded to Direct x 9 and now I want to go back to 8.1. How do I revert or remove Direct x 9?

Also, what is the best way to install video drivers? I heard awhile back you should boot into safe mode or something?

THanks
 

A:What's the BEST way to install video drivers, new Direct X, and remove older drivers?

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I didn't know if I should have put this in the general discussion page or the video card page but here it is.

My laptop has been acting up today. I would open the lid and it would have strange colors. For example blues would be a strange red color. But it would automatically fix itself and go back to normal colors.

I was suspicious but didn't think much of it. Later today I walked past it and the monitor was black nothing on it. So i pushed the power button and shut it down.

Than the fun began It would show me the splash screen Dell when you first boot it up like for some it would say ASUS or such depending on the mobo they had installed. It to had messed up colors only it did not correct this time than the screen went black. I waited a few minutes hoping it would wake up and give me a screen.....witch it never did.

I rebooted several more time trying to get into the bios or anything with a screen witch also failed. The DELL splash screen never failed to come up though.

After close observation I noticed there was something on the screen it was just really dark and barely readable. It said something to the effect of "Windows has failed to start" and gave me the option of booting normal or startup repair.

I eventually shut the lid and got a secondary monitor and tried to use it. Apparently shutting the lid disables the primary monitor and lets you use the monitor you plug in. And now I have a screen again. It worked.

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A:Laptop monitor dilema. Is it the monitor or the intigrated video card.

Hi computergeekguy,

Since you are getting 'video' on an 'external display', it appears to be an LCD related issue with the laptop. You may also try to run the LCD BIST (Built in self test) to check the 'LCD display performance' when separated from the 'graphics'. You may find the following steps useful:
- Power off the laptop
- Press and hold down letter <D> on the keyboard
- Power the laptop back on (continue to hold the letter <D>)
- Laptop enters in the 'LCD diagnostic environment' (check the performance)

If your laptop does not enter the diagnostic mode, you may also try to release the 'flea power':
- Power off the laptop
- Unplug the AC Adapter and Battery
- Press and hold down the 'power button' for 10 - 15 seconds
- Plug the 'Adapter cable' back in and launch the 'LCD BIST' again

Do reply if you have any further questions. I would be glad to assist.

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Hi there!

What I want to do: "...extend my desktop on a second monitor, but, my second monitor is compounded by 2 HDMI TVs and a VGA LCD stage monitor both used as Duplicate setup in Windows 7".

How I have done this (and it works!):

-I have 4 diplay devices (2 HDMI TVs that are connected using a splitter and two monitors both on VGA);
-I also have two "video cards" (GPU): one Amd radeon hd 6570 (with VGA, DVI, and HDMI ports), and Intel HD onboard (aprox. 1GB with VGA output port).
-I have connected the TVs with a HDMI 1x2 splitter on amd radeon's HDMI port, and one of my VGA monitors (this one acts as a STAGE MONITOR for the singer / artist lyrics).
-The integrated Intel HD card has my "Control" monitor attached that I use as my primary monitor (the one that shows me the Desktop and the lyrics control application).

Software aspect of the problem: In Windows 7, I use my Intel HD video card as my primary display, then I can extend on a second monitor the desktop! (The second monitor is my VGA Stage monitor). The Third display that appears in the setup is the HDMI splitter, this one is a Duplicate of my stage monitor. I use: 1680x1050 resolution for my primary display, and 1024x768 for the second monitor... (I know, this resolution is too small for my HDMI TV's... Windows recommends me a 1900 x ... fullHD resolution, but my STAGE MONITOR does not support that much, so I need to use a small resolution).

PROBLEM: EVERY TIME I DO THIS SETTIN... Read more

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I am re formatting my mom's computer again and due to unforeseen circumstances i have lost my back-up hard drive with all my drivers on it and i am having issues finding what i need. I have ran cpu-z to find out all the information about her computer. It's an IBM intel p4 with windows xp pro on it. i can gather whatever other information is needed to assist me in finding the drivers i am just unsure exactly what i need to provide so if u ask me i shall be able to provide. Thank you


i went into the device manager and under my ethernet driver this is what it says:
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1039&SUBSYS_02671014&REV_81\4&25296D99&0&4OFO
 

A:Need Ethernet drivers, audio and video drivers

easiest thing is to google any numbers you can find on your motherboard, this will identify the make and model and will (well should unless its an obscure cheap make) provide a link to the drivers on the makers website.

Once you find the drivers remember to back them up to a dvd or a CD and label them up.
 

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I am at a complete loss! I recently moved and when I got my computer unpacked it wasn't working properly, the monitor would come on for a couple of seconds and then goes to black, if you power it of then back on it does the same thing. you can position it just right and still see that XP is running in the background and can move the mouse cursor around. So my first thought was that it's the monitor, so I hooked my boyfriend's brand new monitor up to it (both are lcds), exact same thing. So naturally I assume it must be the video card, so I replace my 2 year old video card w/ his new one and tried both monitors...same thing happens. I am now worried that it may be some sort of virus. I don't know if this has anything to do w/ it but I added my b/f's harddrive to mine to act as a backup storage device, I took his hard drive out and put it back in his system and plugged in his monitor and it has the same response, but his system worked an hour ago...so that's what lead me to my virus theory but I can't find anything online - PLEASE HELP!
 

A:Monitor blacks out, replaced video card and monitor...

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hey guys,
I thought it would be sweet to run a duel monitor setup on my computer but
when i installed my video card my comp aways runs on the video card monitor,
it doesn't even show the motherboard monitor is there. I was wondering what could i do to fix this.
BTW. the video card is a maddog predator Radeon 9250 pci.
the computer is. compaq presaio s5100nx with 768 ddr and 2.6 mhz running on windows xp home.
Thanks.
 

A:Motherboard monitor and video card monitor conflect

You may have to change something in the bios, I have done this before but I dont remember what the setting was.
 

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I just built a new system, here are the specs:

MB: asrock z75pro3
PSU: Coolermaster 620w
MEM: 8g crucial
GPU: GIGABYTE radeon hd 7950
HD: Samsung 120g SSD
Windows 7 64 bit home premium

I put the rig together and installed/updated windows just fine. Naturally the picture quality was terrible because I hadn't installed the drivers yet. I've tried installing the latest drivers from both AMD's and GIGABYTES' websites, but the same thing happens. The drivers install and then prompt a reboot, when I reboot the resolution is a lot higher like it should be but the video is all messed up with white lines during the windows loading screen. Once windows loads it just shows a blank blue screen, not a BSOD.

After researching I tried using an HDMI cabla as suggested in this thread: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/385083-33-gigabyte-ra...

Tried updating my bios as suggested here but it didnt work:
http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1807...

Have reinstalled windows twice still having the same issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Let me know if you need more info on my system.
 

A:Video Drivers stop my video card from working

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Hi,

Im in a dilly of a pickle here.

When playing video, my screen will go black for just a second and then return to normal. With most video players, the video will then usually play, but when using BSPlayer (bsplayer.org) to watch video, the screen will go black, return to normal and then video will not play.

It gets worse. Sometimes, I will be minding my own the computer will still be running, but then, the screen will go black, then the monitor will give me the old message:
"self test / check your pc and signal cable / monitor is working"
The computer will still be running, and the only way I know to get picture back is to restart the computer. I have gotten this error the most when the using BSplayer, which sometimes causes the monitor to just shut down like that. But other video players like divx, QuickTime, and windows media player will all occasionally not play or cause weird image problems to crop up on the screen

Also, if the computer freezes up, hitting ctrl+alt+del gives me a black screen with garbled white text.

I have updated my NVIDIA drivers and installed the latest bsplayer version, but neither of those actions fixed my dilemma.

OS: 98se
Video Card: NVIDIA Geforce FX 5200
CPU: AMD Athlon XP 2200
 

A:Video Card Problem - Playing Video and Shutting Down Monitor

spinnermason said:

Hi,

Im in a dilly of a pickle here.

When playing video, my screen will go black for just a second and then return to normal. With most video players, the video will then usually play, but when using BSPlayer (bsplayer.org) to watch video, the screen will go black, return to normal and then video will not play.

It gets worse. Sometimes, I will be minding my own the computer will still be running, but then, the screen will go black, then the monitor will give me the old message:
"self test / check your pc and signal cable / monitor is working"
The computer will still be running, and the only way I know to get picture back is to restart the computer. I have gotten this error the most when the using BSplayer, which sometimes causes the monitor to just shut down like that. But other video players like divx, QuickTime, and windows media player will all occasionally not play or cause weird image problems to crop up on the screen

Also, if the computer freezes up, hitting ctrl+alt+del gives me a black screen with garbled white text.

I have updated my NVIDIA drivers and installed the latest bsplayer version, but neither of those actions fixed my dilemma.

OS: 98se
Video Card: NVIDIA Geforce FX 5200
CPU: AMD Athlon XP 2200Click to expand...

sounds like the gpu is overheating or goung bad get some compressed air and blow out the video card very through (*get the rest of pc while you are at it) and if this dont help you may have to replace
 

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Hey everyone. I installed a second video card to my system because I have a dual monitor setup running off one card (ATI 3850) and now I have an ATI 4670 running my projector.

It seems that when I play video off the second card (to my projector) it shows a slight stuttering in the video, but not the audio. These are files I know work properly, so it's not that.

When I plugged in the second card and fired up the machine, 7 automatically installed the drivers. Was this a bad idea? Should I uninstall them and do an manual install from drivers available in the setup from ATI's website?

I had to do some rearranging of the screens under the screen resolution menu, but it seemed ok until I played video off the second card.

Also, when I start the computer, ATI blacks my screens out for a few seconds and then comes back on, similar to what it does when I want to change the resolution of a screen. This is frustrating to watch every time I turn on the machine.

Anyone now what I can possible do to solve these problems? I never thought it would be so difficult to install a second video card and have it work properly! Thanks everyone.

A:Video Stuttering on Third Monitor Running off Second Video Card

Definitely install the ATI drivers.

~Lordbob

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It's a Dell Dimension 2400, and it's behaving very oddly. I reformatted the hard drive, installed XP Pro from a Dell CD that did not come with that computer (he didn't have his CD on him, so I borrowed it from his colleague since he was losing money with no computer; I assume it's just the OS when it has a separate driver CD; do some of Dell's OS CD's include the drivers?), and then installed all the programs that the client needed. I then got the drivers from the Dell website (chipset, audio, video, and network). It was running great the whole time I was working on it, which was for many hours.

The next morning, the client started to use it. It worked fine for a little bit, but then started to give errors like the following:

"Instruction at "0x00000000" memory could not be read. Click OK to terminate the program."

Program: Explorer.exe

"The application failed to initialize properly (0Xc0000044). Click OK."

Program: Firefox

"The application failed to initialize properly (0xc000012d). Click OK."

Program: iexplore.exe

It came to a point where even RIGHT-clicking on MY COMPUTER and attempting to select "Properties" would cause issues (gave an error message saying the action could not be performed).

When I checked it out later on, sure enough, it was doing exactly that. And even when I tried shutting the computer down, it said I was not authorized to do so. Very odd.

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A:Is this a RAM issue, video card, video drivers...?

check the hdd for a recovery partition for the dell pc this may be a problem where you have used another xp cd to install and not the original one.
 

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I have a Compusa 17 inch Monitor, sku 189150
Does anybody know where I can get the drivers for this?

thanks
 

A:drivers for my monitor

CompUSA does not really make monitors. It is probably some rebranded thing from a real monitor manufacturer. Look at the sticker on the back for some model or serial number that could hint the real company that made it.

Strictly speaking you don't need drivers for a monitor. Just choose any decent monitor from the list Windows gives you and force that. Then just try out the refresh rates and resolutions to see which ones actually work with your monitor.
 

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Hey guys, in device manager i seen that i have the average plug and play display driver and i was wondering if there is need for me to download my monitor driver from acer ( Acer al1916W) and what does that driver actually do.? better res.?

thanks
 

A:Monitor Drivers

I've installed Dell drivers for mine in the past but never really see any benefit to be honest. Whether on VGA or DVI.
 

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I am looking for drivers for my Ipex 15inch monitor.
 

A:Drivers for my Monitor

You should be able to use the windows default drivers for this, but here's the link anyway.

http://drivers.ipex.com.au/
 

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Been trying to get an older system put together to learn LINUX and can't find Monitor/screen resolution drivers for Samsung's Samtron 77V s monitor. Samsung's site doesn't even acknowledge that they ever built it. I can plainly read the model number, serial number and the date of manufacture on the plate at the back and the admonition that Samsung will sue the bejesus out of any one who illegally modifies or otherwise alters, tries to alter or deface the equipment.

Any help out there? I'd like to get up to about 1040 by 768 on it. While it was attached to a PC in the office it ran at that resolution, or even tighter.
 

A:Monitor drivers

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Hello guys and gals

I recently bought a second monitor for a steal (19" LG). I have been studying up before I actually wanted to install it. Many places say that you need to install the monitor drivers and other places say you don't. So my questions is that have any of you had experience hooking up a second monitor, and if you in fact need drivers or not. When I purchased the monitor it came with no drivers.

Many thanks

A:Drivers for 2nd monitor?

it depends on the input sometimes too a (d-sub) or dvi monitor. (it will only be these two in this case as their wont be a HDMI cable for a 19" monitor)

I recommend you just plug it in, most of the time it will just work, seriously.
If it doesnt that's when you look for the drivers. How are you trying to plug it in, what input are you using? But before you do all this (just to make sure) update your display drivers and your graphics card software first because when you do this, it will eliminate the chances of having to do this later.

Im getting 4 monitors after I hook my pc up into SLI, 2 is fine for me atm. But monitors shouldnt be a problem.

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I'm using a gereric monitor. I'm having problems getting my video card to work. Do i maybe need new drivers for my monitor. I'm trying to install a ati graphics pro turbo mach64 gx card. my resolution looks like junk all of a sudden. i got scanlines and everythings all 16 color looking. i'm using windows 98. and running a pentium III.
 

A:Monitor Drivers

The driver for the video card should be all thats needed. If you have installed that, the problem is probably in the settings within that video cards program
 

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hey ya'll.. i have a compaq monitor 171 fs i cant get the settings to work in the settings.. i need the driver for this monitor if any one knows where i can get on i would apr. it im running win 98
 

A:monitor drivers

Found this one at drivers guide

Manufacturer:
Compaq

Device Type:
Monitors

Model:
Compaq 171FS

File Name:
cpq_mon.inf

Size:
60429 bytes

OS:
Windows 95a
http://www2.driverguide.com/cgi/download.cgi?uploads11/15560/cpq_mon.inf
 

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I currently lost the driver for a monitor, and now I can only get 16 bits of color, how can i get the driver back with at least 256 bits of color? It is a packard bell monitor
 

A:monitor drivers

Its the video card rivers that you need . Look in device manager under video adapter for a red x or exclamation point. If so then you will need to reinstall its drivers.
 

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Hi
i just wondered if anybody could help. i have been searching for monitor drivers fro a dell trinitron D1526T-HS. i have just bought a second hand computer and monitor from seperate sources. my computer is a crix chip 333 cannot find any make on motherboard except P5Sd-AS rev1.0. have searched dell site and others with no luck. can anybody help.

many thanks
 

A:monitor drivers

Generally the Plug-n-Play Monitor Monitor driver supplied by Windows by default is just fine and most monitors do not require anything more. If you only have 16 Colors and a resolution of 640x480 then you may need to install teh Video Card drivers to get anything higher.
 

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Hello!

I just made a clean install of Windows Vista and I was going through the process of installing drivers from diffrent CDs when I found a CD for my NEC monitor. I have a MultiSync EA231WMi monitor. I inserted the CD and found that there is a folder named Drivers and inside that folder there are 3 additional folders named according to the model number; E222W, EA221WMe, EA231WMi. The EA231WMi folder contains following files:

ea231wmi.cat
ea231wmi.icm
ea231wmi.inf

What am I supposed to do with these files?...

Do I really need these files? I mean, my monitor is working, so what is there to install?... what is there to "drive"?

Thanks!
 

A:Do I need drivers for my NEC monitor?

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I recently switched my monitor driver to the Plug and Play driver, but have now switched it back to the optiquest v73 driver. The problem is that now it will NOT let me select as many colors or as many pixels as I had before. For example, the list only goes up to "High Color" when previously I had "True Color." Yet even when I select High Color and then reboot, I am still in 256 colors. Similar problem with resolution.

The driver I am using is called MONITR11.INF; it also tells me I am using an "Optiquest V73 on NVIDIA GeForce 4 MX 440", which is true.

Aditionally, shutting down now causes Windows to close and the screen to turn black, but not the tower to turn off.

I believe I have done nothing with the video card or its drivers that could have caused this.
 

A:Monitor Drivers: Act II

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Well found the first thing wrong with the CP Review; it doesn't support "Plugable's" USB device used for supporting three or more monitors. Checked on Plugable's website and downloaded the new drivers, albeit that was a no go. Left a message on there site will see what comes of it in a couple of days.

. . .boowho, now I am without three monitors. It makes me sad.

Edit: Plugable now has "Beta" drivers for their device. Thus far all is working just fine. It is good to see Win 8 working on three monitors.

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Hey Guys, I just bought a HP Pavillon desktop with a W1907 19 inch flat panel monitor. I've been using it for a couple of days and everytime that I turn it on a dialog box pops up stating that software has been detected. This software is the device drivers for the monitor, and it asks me if I would like to install them. But when I try to install them, an error message states simply that the installation failed due to an error. It doesn't even tell me what the error was! All it says is to go to the site of the company that made the monitor for support. So I go to the HP website, and try to download the driver from there. Lo and behold, it won't install AGAIN! It says it failed to install because an error occured. I cannot tell you how frustrated I am that this unit is ALREADY having problems, and that HP won't tell me what the error is! So can someone out there please help me?
 

A:Can't install drivers for my monitor

Have you tried going to the Event Viewer and check to see if there was a log of this error created?

Right click on My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer.
 

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I've been doing OK with the driver issues in Vista x64 but have run into a road block with the monitor drivers.
It's a Viewsonic Graphic Series G220F and I have the Vista x64 driver from View sonic but it doesn't install.
They even know it won't install because at the end of installation there is a pop up telling you how to manually install the driver-which doesn't work either.
Everything installs to C:\Viewsonic. About 50 to 75 .icm files including G220F.icm. obviously the one I need. There are also 11 .inf files, 3 of which contain install info for this monitor. But no mater which .inf I use to install- it can't find another file, G220F.icm I assume, and aborts the install. I can manually point windows to the .inf file but there is no way to point the .inf file to the .icm file.
Can someone tell me how to solve this or is there a universal Vista64 display driver other than the ones with it? 1024x768 is as good as it gets.

A:Monitor Drivers won't install

the drivers for the monitor are usually part of windows and don't need installing
you set the resolution from nview which is part of your nvidia drivers installation
you can access it from the control panel

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It would be easier to explain what actually works on my system but here it goes.
When having high speed internet installed on my system the tech decided that my computer would be the one that he destroyed that day. He thought it would be nice to erase several programs in windows 98 se and didn't bother to let little old me know what he did or how to rectify the situation. after the attempted installation upon start up I received more error messages than than SPAM in my e-mail. The system informed me that several windows files were corrupt and I could not even use my office 2000 programs??? Well I was a little miffed but trekked on and tried to reinstall my windows however, he erased my driver for the a: drive and I had no way of reinstalling. Now I'm not real smart but I knew I was in trouble when I YES I, erased windows from the C:drive. I knew that I, as well as, my computer needed some professional help. A friend of mine finally managed to get windows installed and I know you'll be as delighted as I was to find out that I could use my office products once again.
Now it seems that my drivers for my monitor are gone, the computer won't recognize my 10/100 eithernet card and my voodoo 2 3D driver is gone as well as my sound card driver.
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A:Where Oh where has my Monitor/Modem/Drivers gone???

Well......

I guess you're not having the best of luck, huh?

How (if I may ask) do you acquire this system? I'm assuming that it came fully loaded, and that your sound, video, and ethernet card came loaded with the system. If this is the case, then I'll also assume that you were not given the software CD's or floppies that contain the drivers for your hardware.
You'll probably have to go to the websites of the manufacturer's of your equipment, and enter your hardware model numbers into a driver search. If you can tell us the exact models of your cards, then we can probably point you in the right direction.
As for the Win98 CD, try asking around if anybody has a copy that you could borrow. Failing that, you could start kissing the butts of your IT guys at work. They might take pity on you and let you "borrow" a copy.
 

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Having an issue with my monitor.
(i should not i have been using this monitor for a long time with this comp...i think it came unpluged and that caused the problem)
It is on all during start up but as soon as windows loads the monitor goes to stand by and i have a blank screen.

I tried to start it in safe mode(how do you do that anyways....i have to turn it off during start up for it to get the menu) and it works fine. this leads me to believe it is the video driver.

I read the trouble shooting on how to instale a new moniter driver but in safe mode there is no "drivers" tab.

Any help would be great.

PS

i am having an issue with safe mode. it enter safe mode and some text scrolls.
more than a page of multi(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\windows\system32\driv ers\mup.sys
is the last line and it freezes there...not sure what that is all about but i can no longer enter safe mode.....

i'm really up a creek..plz help
 

A:Monitor problem..maybe drivers?

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i upgraded from windows 98SE to windows 2000 pro....i now cannot see all of my screen....i have an HP D5259a Pavilion M70 monitor...even doing a google search, i am unable to find a driver for this.....i didn't find one on drivers.com.....does anyone have any clues about where to go to find a driver?
 

A:HP Monitor drivers for win2k

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Hey, im a gamer and i must have my 120 hz on my crt but im bottle necked by this annoying 85 hz... I have a DELL M992 monitor and my drivers are outdated for 32bit and im on a 64bit windows 7, i read a guide where you can modify your .inf file so it reads it. The inf was 32 bit but i think im doing it wrong can anyone help me out... This is the link to my drivers (multiple files) Drivers and Downloads

Heres the .inf file:
;================================
;M992.INF 03/27/02 Ver. 1.0 PCC
;Copyright 1996-2002 Dell Computer Corporation
;
;This is a setupfile for M992
;
;================================
;
;------------------------------------------------
[Version]
signature="$CHICAGO$"
Class=Monitor
ClassGuid={4D36E96E-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Provider=%Dell%
CatalogFile=M992.cat
DriverVer=03/27/2002, 1.0

;-------------------------------------------------
[ControlFlags]
ExcludeFromSelect.nt=Monitor\DEL300E

[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir=11
M992.CopyFiles=23

[SourceDisksNames]
1=%DISK%,,,

[SourceDisksFiles]
M992.icm=1
; Manufacturers
;-------------------------------------------------
[Manufacturer]
%DELL%=DELL,NTx86,NTAMD64

; Manufacturer sections
;-------------------------------------------------
[DELL.NTamd64]
%M992%=M992.Install.NTamd64, Monitor\DEL300E

; Install Sections
;-------------------------------------------------

[M992.Install]
DelReg=DEL_CURRENT_REG
AddReg=M992.AddReg, 1600, DPMS
CopyFiles=M992.CopyFiles

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A:Modifying monitor drivers HELP! :(

In my personal opinion, gamer to gamer.
Unless you ant to destroy 1 or more of three things, The os, video card or the monitor itself.
I wouldn't play with drivers. Leave it to the pros. You may be able to find a third party driver that would work though

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Ever since I put on a new version of xp the display on the monitor flips when I scoll, as if with each scroll a new page appears. It is not a smooth steady scroll. I have been told that I need video drivers. My monitor is a 17in StarLogic. Is this true? If so where I can get them? franklingreen.

A:[RESOLVED] monitor drivers

Hello and Welcome to TSF

Lets get some info first.

Please elaborate on "put on a new version of xp ",
What do you mean by this?

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Hi
I have an AOC Spectrum 7Glr monitor and i have just installed SP2 and the resolution and colour are wrong and when i go to display properties ->settings -> advanced -> monitor -> there is no option to change or update the driver.

All the tutorials i have found on website say to update from there - how can i install drivers to make this work properly?

Cheers
Ryan
 

A:Installing Monitor Drivers

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I recently downloaded the latest drivers from ViewSonic's page and isntalled them, and upon rebooting I had weird resolutions listed. Missing are 1024x768, 1280x1024, and 1600x1200. Instead I have ones like 1280x720, 1280x768, 1280x960, 1360x768, 1600x900, and 1600x1024. I Desperatly need my non-distorted resolutions back!! I have tried uninstalling the drivers and the device. I have also tried to just change to a Generic driver but the resolutions are the same. HELP!!!!
Monitor : ViewSonic A90f+ UltraBrite
 

A:ViewSonic Monitor Drivers

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Hey ALL ! Hope every1 is well !?!? Got new MOBO+Processor last week. Now i`m rebuilding drivers. Ckekd monitor driver+ seems I have two drivers working under DEVICE MANAGER. Default Monitor + the one thats only supposed to be there- Samsung Samtron 75E(M) (PLUS)/75V . Which of these are operating my monitor? And i tried remove the DEFAULT MONITOR to only have it reinstall on reboot. How can be sure my SAMSUNG is PRIMARY driver? Plz HELP ? Thanks in advance folks! Later Dean
 

A:Two Monitor drivers? -98se

Well, if you only use one monitor and it is working then there is no problem, the Samsung monitor is the primary and it seems the only one running. Your video card likely supports dual monitors or TV out and that's why there ae two entries. Monitor drivers are also generally not that important, most people run with the default driver, it is the video card driver that is important - it is what sends the picture to the screen.
 

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I have a plug and play monitor, model number ADV-172 REV A. I was hoping if someone could help identify the make, so I could see if there were any drivers available for better performance etc. Any help would be appreciated as this has been niggling me for months.
 

A:I need to identify a monitor for drivers

Hello and welcome to Techspot.

Your monitor is an Advent ADV-172. It is a cheap plug and play monitor, and therefore wont have any drivers available.

Regards Howard :wave: :wave:
 

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My monitor has been acting funny lately...when i would press the power button for my PC, the monitor wouldnt come on until i restarted the computer about 5 times. Then when it was on sometimes the monitor would turn funny and then it would restart automatically. Im running windows xp.
Im using a Compaq MV740 on NVIDIA TNT2 Model 64 Pro.

<Category name="Display">
<Data>
<Item><![CDATA[Name]]></Item>
<Value><![CDATA[NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64 Pro]]></Value>
</Data>
<Data>
<Item><![CDATA[PNP Device ID]]></Item>
<Value><![CDATA[PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_002D&SUBSYS_001710DE&REV_15\4&DFB3C15&0&2808]]></Value>
</Data>
<Data>
<Item><![CDATA[Adapter Type]]></Item>
<Value><![CDATA[RIVA TNT2 Model 64/Model 64 Pro, NVIDIA compatible]]></Value>
</Data>
<Data>
<Item><![CDATA[Adapter Description]]></Item>
<Value><![CDATA[NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64 Pro]]></Value>
</Data>
<Data>
<Item><![CDATA[Adapter RAM]]></Item>
<Value><![CDATA[16.00 MB (16,777,216 bytes)]]></Value>
</Data>
<Data>
<Item><![CDATA[Installed Drivers]]></Item>
<Value><![CDATA[nv4_disp.dll]]></Value>
</Data>
<Data>
<Item><![CDATA[Driver Version]]></Item>
<Value><![CDATA[6.14.10.4523... Read more

A:Problems with my monitor/drivers

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I've no idea what's going on here, but NONE of my drivers are updating and anything new I plug into a USB port, windows 7 won't have anything to do it.

I'm certain something is missing. I don't know if it's a virus or some kind, but I can tell you now that my install shield (64 bit) is missing.

What on earth is going on? It won't even recognise a new mouse or keyboard!

There really HAS to be a way of fixing it. I posted a few pictures about it but it seems strange that it won't even install a monitor properly???? The monitor I'm using now is still usable, but it doesn't have it's own driver and as a result some software won't work on it as it acts as a secondary monitor (although it works fine and is actually pretty darn good).

Is there a way around this? I've tried an update and windows still won't detect it!

Please help, reinstalling windows is a real pain as I have a custom made PC that my friend built (who has now moved away really far) so I have no idea how to reinstall the graphics card, do a proper partition, etc. And I know NOTHING about this. If I did it I may screw things up and lose all the saved stuff on my partition.

If someone could help out that would be much appreciated.

Regards-

BOC.

A:None of my drivers are updating! Not even my new monitor!

Seems like corrupted windows.Run SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker test.

If it doesn't solve your problem you can try repair install Repair Install

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My system is Win XP Home Edition SP3 and up to date. I have just bought and installed a new monitor an AOC 2436Pwa. I switched off my PC, plugged in the VGA cable at both ends and attached the power cable. Started PC and I have sound and vision, I inserted the Installation CD that came with the monitor and read through the various instructions. I went to install the driver on the disc and followed the instructions but when I am asked to choose the drive for the disc Windows tells me that there isn't anything there. Even when I browse to the disc drive I get the same result. Windows seems to be using the same plug and play driver as was used for my previous two monitors for this new one. Two questions, is it neccessary/better to install the drivers which came with the monitor instruction disc or and will it have any advantages or should I just leave it as it is?.

A:New Monitor Drivers won't install.

I have never had to use a montior driver. If it's not broke, don't fix it.

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I just reinstalled XP on my computer, and I was previously using a Optiquest (Viewsonic) widescreen monitor. A used the included disc to reinstall the drivers after I reinstalled windows, and the software is unable to configure the drivers. The installer automatically opens a text file which tells me to open the hardware manager and open the "+" next to the Monitor. I don't seem to have a monitor on the list, and I'm not sure what to do. The correct screen size is not available from the display properties tab, presumably because I haven't configured it properly. Any ideas?

Thanks!
 

A:Cannot install monitor drivers....

Ethan88 said:

I just reinstalled XP on my computer, and I was previously using a Optiquest (Viewsonic) widescreen monitor. A used the included disc to reinstall the drivers after I reinstalled windows, and the software is unable to configure the drivers. The installer automatically opens a text file which tells me to open the hardware manager and open the "+" next to the Monitor. I don't seem to have a monitor on the list, and I'm not sure what to do. The correct screen size is not available from the display properties tab, presumably because I haven't configured it properly. Any ideas?

Thanks!Click to expand...

Hi Ethan.
Viewsonic is plug & play so once connected should self install and work.
Check it out here. Start / Control panel / Administrative tools / Computer management /Device Manager /Your Viewsonic should show up there.The disks that come with Viewsonic can be a little temperamental, Widows as all the viewsonic updates click onto windows updates use the custom setting and run,then in the left panel choose hardware updates.you will probably see the viewsonic latest update there and any more you may need for your PC.
Good luck
Rex
 

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I am running Vista Home Prem.I use an 8800 GTS EVGA.I have the latest drivers for my 8800. I run 2 Viewsonic monitors. One is a VG900b and is fine. I also run a VX2235 digital monitor. Both monitors are listed in device manager by model. I manually installed drivers directly off of the discs.I have also downloaded Viewsonic's monitor drivers. I can't get my 22" to go to it's native resolution of 1680x1050.I have had these installed for a long time and working fine. When I ran a hard disc error check that is listed under tools under properties of my computer it erased my 22" and it's capabilities to operate @ native resolution. Another difference is that before I manually installed the VX2235, it was listed as a 'non plug and play monitor' under device manager. I have never seen that before. Does anyone know how to fix this? I am this close to going out and buying a new XP Pro disc.
 

A:Viewsonic monitor drivers?

Why not just uninstall the monitor drivers you installed and reboot and use the Vista drivers?

Start there.
 

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Looking for drivers for L5009 Touchscreen monitor to work with a 64-bit Linux kernel. I'm going to try the EloTouch APR drivers, but was wondering if anyone had gotten one of these working with X-11.

A:Drivers for L5009 monitor.

cynjut Sorry, but I checked the product page for that monitor and HP does not supply and Linux drivers. My suggestion is that you check the community forum for the Linux distro that you are using, as they generally have lots of information on alternate drivers in their hardware sections. If you don't know the location of the community forum, then check this site, as they have links to the different distro websites:  http://distrowatch.com/ Good Luck========================================================================I am a volunteer and I do not work for, nor do I represent, HP.---------------------------------------------------------------If my posts helped you, please click the Thumbs-Up symbol on the left of the Reply button to say thanks.If my posts solved your problem please click "Accept As Solution" -- to help others find the solution.========================================================================

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Yes well today i messed around wit video settins and i changed my gpu to run a 70hz mon. Which i do not have! I have a 65hz widescreen. And well now its said out of range. I tried safe mode, wouldn't get on! VGA MODE! NUTTIN! WORKS! OMG! HELP PLEASE HOW DO I FIX THIS PLS PM ME ASAP!
 

A:Omg PLEASE HELP GRAPHIC DRIVERS PROBLEMS AND MONITOR!

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I have a compaq running windows xp with service pack 3. The video card in question is an Nvidia GeForce 4 MX 440. I have not had very much fun with this card, but have usually been able to make it do what I want.

It now only displays 4 bit colours at 800x600 resolution. Usually restarting the computer or reinstalling the drivers fixes this. Now nothing will fix it. I have let windows pick the drivers, and gone to Nvidia and used their drivers. Both worked fine before. Now I don't have the desktop tray thing that lets me modify resolution and colour anymore, and I don't have ane other options to display other resolutions or colours in the windows display settings either.

If I remove the drivers or start my computer in safe mode, the colours look beautiful and I regain the ability to change the colours. As soon as I install the drivers again, the colours don't work anymore.

What I was doing before this problem occurred, was trying to get the s-video port on the back to display in colour on an older TV with an s-video to RCA (Component?). The cable worked fine on other TVs with this computer, and fine on other computers with the TV in question. Just not from my MX 440 to the TV in question. I had found some solutions to this problem which involved switching the outpute type from s-video to composite. I then installed and reinstalled the driver many many many times (and installed the one windows picked) and managed to change that setting. It didn't work.... Read more

A:Monitor can only display at 4 bit (lowest) with drivers

It sounds as if reinstalling the driver many times may have caused registry problems, and/or the driver you
last installed is incompatible or has issues with your configuration. It's definitely a driver problem though.

Did you install the driver below?
http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_2k_93.71_2.html

Go into device manager and see if there are any yellow exclamation marks next to the hardware.

(worse case scenario; if you have an XP installation disk, you can perform a Windows "repair install.")
 

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My 970 is out for RMA, and so now I am using my A10-7850k until then.  I enabled onboard graphics in my UEFI, even restored everything to default.  I went to install the latest Crimson drivers (16.3.2), and when I reboot I see the Windows boot logo, but then the screen goes black with "No signal" afterwards.  Windows boots in as I can hear the sound. 
 
I have used DDU to uninstall all drivers, and I have tried reinstalling drivers multiple times.  I have even tried the 15.11 and 15.3 Catalyst drivers as well.  The computer is able to display just fine WITHOUT drivers installed, but as soon as I install them and reboot, nothing.  It works fine in Safe Mode as well.  I reinstalled Windows, and still no luck.
 
Does anyone have any ideas?
 
Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
ASRock FM2A88M-HD+
 
A10-7850k

A:"No signal" on monitor after install GPU drivers.

It would help if you post the make and model of your GPU.

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i have a compaq with windows vista home basic 32bit an i have tried every suggestion possible to install the drivers but keep getting access denied.
uninstal re-install does not work. run as admin does not work.
any other suggestions on this would be great.

also directx wont install updates something about crypogram certificates
or something to that effect.

and 1 more prob lol. ive got some games that i paid for (download)
an when i try to run them i get an error that says hardware failed to switch
to specified mode.

any an all help would be great.

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Recently I took my old Satellite 210CS out of the dust :-) and have re-installed windows 95 on it. However I cannot find the monitor drivers. Does anyone know where I can download them?
Already many thanks.

A:Satellite 210CS monitor drivers?

Hi

normally you don't need any monitor drivers. Do you have any specific problem with the screen?

BR

Tom

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I am current using a Nvidia 9800 GTX/GTX+ with driver version 6.14.11.7824. It works fine at this setting. Yet whenever I try to update the driver, whether its to a more recent version or a slightly older one, my monitor will go blank after the windows splash screen. I recently had some other issues with my PC, but those were related to RAM and at this point I have updated the RAM and the blue screens from that have gone away. I was hoping that doing that would fix this issue, but obviously it has not. What might be causing this problem and how do I go about fixing it?

I suppose I should also mention that this is only when booting windows normally, I can still access safe mode perfectly fine.
 

A:Monitor goes blank after updating drivers

Drivers make so little difference, that I would first see how it runs with the driver that works. You probably do not need to make a change. You simply will not see a reason to change unless you are changing a specific component.
 

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Hi Guys,

I'll be getting this monitor soon and want to make sure it is functioning properly with my Win7.

I have the retail version of Ultimate x64 just want to know if I can get any sort of drivers that will work?

Thanks

A:Samsung T260HD Monitor Drivers

Yes, there are drivers for your monitor.
Support for T260HD SAMSUNG
For future reference, I got there by going to the manufacturer's website, and searching for the model number.

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Hi

I have a basic PC with no graphics card and the monitor was working fine until i upgraded what was Windows XP PRO SP1 to SP2, when i booted up the resolution and colour wernt right so i went into the dekstop properties and tried to mess with it but i couldnt get anything to work.
During this process it looks like i have disabled the monitor drivers so now when i startup the Bios shows and the Windows startup screen but then the screen goes blank...and nothing!
Dont worry, im not writing this blind im on another computer!

Does anyone know how to sort this out??

Many Thanks in advance
Ryan
 

A:How do i re-enable basic monitor drivers?

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Dear all,

I've just released the very first version of DUMo - Drivers Update Monitor

DUMo notifies users when updates are available for their hardware drivers.

Just like SUMo does for Software updates, DUMo uses a crowd-based algorithm in order to automatically maintain its server database up to date.

DUMo does not automatically install drivers because we consider that the end user has to be kept in the loop when it comes to system drivers modification. DUMo notifies update availability and provides links to find these drivers easily.



Web page : http://www.kcsoftwares.com/?dumo

Please post feedback or use this thread for any questions !
 

A:DUMo - Drivers Update Monitor

DUMo - 1.4 (Released 2014-08-10)
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http://www.kcsoftwares.com



- 0002515: [New Feature] Proxy support (Kyle_Katarn) - resolved.
- 0002562: [New Feature] Dumo does not work via Proxy (Kyle_Katarn) - resolved.Click to expand...


 

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I tried for 10 hours to get SP2 to download and was failed twice. Finally got it and at the very end was rewarded with their changing the device manager type and driver for my Nec Multisync A700+. WOW is this big text can hardly read what I'm writing. Watching the install they at first made backups of all devices. Why would they go and change them at the end to one that doesn't fit? My problem is that this monitor came from my daughter and is umpteen years old and I don't have any info or drivers. How does one go about getting the info off the net and inserting it into device manager? Never done this before but I know it happens often. Advice Please? Thanks BIG , Paul
 

A:Solved: Change monitor & drivers on going to SP2

You rwont need drivers for the monitor, you need them for the graphics adapter.

And even then you may not need them. Try going to the desktop properties and setting the resolution from there. Right click the desktop and select personalize. From there go to the settings tab and you should see a slider for resolution.
 

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I just completed the build of a new system and have the Windows 7 RTM software loaded on the system. Since the system is new I just have it connected to an old tube monitor which isn't so great. I was looking at getting a new 23 inch LCD that can do 1920 x 1080 but I'm wondering if I'm going to need a specific driver for the monitor or whether Windows 7 will see it automatically as plug and play? So far one monitor I'm looking at only has a driver for 32-bit Vista and my machine is 64 bit. The other monitors didn't have any drivers so I'm worried about buying something now. Should I be concerned?

A:Monitor Drivers - Are they needed for Win7?

The majority of the time, Windows or Windows Update will find a monitor driver for you. If it doesn't, or one does not exist, it will simply use the generic Plug and Play driver.

Either way, a new monitor will still work fine. The only difference is you may have to manually change the resolution.

Which monitor were you looking at?

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I have a ATI Radeon 7500 and i can't let windows 7 Build 7600 find it. It says under display monitor its a Standard VGA graphics adapter. I'm getting really annoyed because i can't play counter-strike...and i installed many different drivers for it but it just doesn't work. and i also wanted the Control Center but idk how as well. I upgraded today to windows 7 from XP...and dumb me didnt backup ANYTHING after a full clean wipe. So im getting really agitated and not patient about it. please help!!

and as well with my monitor display says Generic pnp Monitor and i can't find the drivers for my monitor anywhere! even on the gateway site. I have a 19" Gateway LE HD widescreen. please help me!

A:Display and Monitor Drivers PROBLEM!!

I'm assuming that's an AGP card? I'll set you up with how to install the latest 9.10 beta. I'm almost sure I can get your card to work with this under 7. All you need to do is go to device manager, right click card and choose properties, go to details tab, change the property drop down to say hardware ids. There should be shown a few lines.

What is the exact 4 digit number next to dev_ in any of them? I'll make you an .inf. In the meantime, download this driver and run it to extract to c:\ati. When the installer is done extracting, then close it...which is before it start actually installing. Then I'll have further instructions later.

ATI Catalyst 9.10 Beta Windows 7 | Vista (32|64) download from Guru3D.com

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Have a new Vista Premium system. It's an HP Pavilion a6250z. My monitor is an HP w2007. Display Adapter is NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT with 512MB. 3GB RAM. Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4600+ 2.4 GHz.

Everything seems to be running great except that I cannot get the drivers for the monitor to install. No matter what I try, I get either an error has occured or Access Denied when I attempt to run the installation program.

When I look at my display properties it shows the correct monitor, however it shows there being no driver. In Device Manager the Monitor shows under Other Devices. My monitor seems to work ok...but there is a hugely noticiable quality difference between the display when connected to the new Vista machine and the older XP machine.

I've been through forums all over the net and tried everything I've found.

I've tried:

- Right-Click Run as Admin
- Creating/Using the Super Administrator Account
- Uninstalling Monitor and Detecting Hardware Changes
- Updating Driver from Display Properties
- Updating Driver from Device Manager
- Uninstalling Monitor, Rebooting in Safe-Mode, Logging in as Super Admin
- I've installed directly from CD
- Copied files to desktop and ran
- Downloaded new drivers directly from HP and ran from desktop
- I've even tried running the driver install in XP SP2 compat mode...just to be sure

I've done everything I can think of. Anyone have any suggestions? I really hate to have to uninstall everything and load an old copy of XP instead.

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A:Access Denied When Installing Monitor Drivers

I presume that you've got the 32 bit version of Vista and not the 64 bit version? If so....Have you downloaded the drivers from this link? http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwar...289&lang=enHave you updated your nVidia display drivers also? Here's a link to them: http://www.nvidia.com/object/winvista_x86_163.75.htmlIf you have the 64 bit version, then it appears that HP doesn't have a 64 bit driver for your monitor (here's the 64 bit nVidia drivers: http://www.nvidia.com/object/winvista_x64_163.75.html ) - so you won't be able to install it that way. Maybe you can find out who actually built the monitor for HP to see if there are 64 bit drivers at their website.The following link is the last page of a 32 page topic about your monitor - it seems to indicate that there are some issues with the monitor depending upon which LCD screen you've got: http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=...531&page=32

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Ok, first off, I'm new here so hi everyone. Seems like a great forum for technical help and discussion, and looks pretty

I've googled, and searched this forum for a fix to my problem but haven't found one so far, so hopfully you guys can help.

A few months ago I got a second hand monitor from a friend, to replace my CRT because I was getting headaches when working. It was cheap (?10) because it's fairly outdated and had a dead pixel, but it was worth it to get rid of the headaches. At the time I was running Vista x86 and I plugged the monitor in and its maximum selectable resolution was only 1024x768, rather than the 1280x1024 that it was meant to be. I couldn't find a fix for this, but managed to work around this by updating the drivers and selecting the "Generic 1280x1024 Flat Screen" in the list of drivers in Vista. This brought the correct resolutions to the list and the issue was solved.

I then had the same issue in Windows XP (x86) and used the same work around, which again fixed the issues. However last week I done an upgrade and purchased Vista x64 and am having the same issue once again. But this time, selecting the drivers in the list does not update the resolutions I can select and I am stuck with 1024x768, which isn't a good enough resolution for the 3D Modeling and Texture working I am trying to do. Deselecting the tick box "Hide modes this monitor cannot display" simply updates the refresh rate box, but not the resolution box oddl... Read more

A:Monitor Drivers? X64 Display Resolution Issue

There should be a "Digital Flat Pannel (1280x1024)" driver available. If not... I dunno.

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Hi all

Anyone come across this? I have a brand new pc, its nice and fast, installed Win7 a month ago and the ATI drivers that were available then.

Now with the lastest update for ATI, my monitor loses signal midway through the install of the new pack and I have to restart my pc to do anything.

I have tried different versions of the drivers, uninstalled my previous drivers and tried to install fresh but no dice.

Any ideas?

Cheers

A:ATI drivers causes monitor to lose signal mid install

Are you 100% sure that your card is Windows 7 compatible? Make certain that you are using exactly the right drivers. You might consider posting more details on your system this would help others to help you, Windows 7 Pro as a system spec is rather vague to say the least!

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Hello, I'm new to these forums, but I hope that you can help me with my issue.

I recently got a second monitor and have been trying to get the two monitors to work in "extend" mode, where you drag the mouse off of one side to get to the other monitor.

The two monitors are a Viewsonic VA2037a-LED, and an AOC e2051Sn.

My graphics card is an AMD Radeon R7 200 series.

My current setup is as follows: I have a VGA Y-splitter connected to the Graphics card VGA port. Attached on the Y-end of the Y-splitter are the two monitors. It looks like this:

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Here is my issue, and it's a bit complicated. Basically, Windows only recognizes this as *one* monitor. Both monitors work fine -- they act like they're mirrored right now. But that's because Windows only recognizes this as *one* monitor, rather than *two*. Hitting Detect does nothing, and hitting Identify shows the big "1" on both monitors.

It gets more interesting though. In the device manager, I can only find ONE monitor "installed", a "Generic Non-PnP Monitor". Looking at the driver location (C:/Windows/System32/monitor.sys), it's likely that Windows is just throwing the default monitor driver it has at anything that comes through the VGA port.

In trying to fix the problem, I came to, of course, reinstalling drivers. First, I reinstalled my GPU driver. Next, I began to try to install the ViewSonic driver from the CD it came with (the Viewsonic is the new dri... Read more

A:Windows monitor drivers can't install correctly

This is normal. Just connecting a y-splitter cable to a single port isn't going to be enough. Each monitor needs a dedicated output port to have an independent display. In some cases a video card will have a specialized single port that can drive two independent displays with a specialized cable, but it doesn't sound like yours is one of those.

Also, there are no drivers for monitors, and what most people think of as drivers are just color profiles. So you're wasting your time on that one. PC to monitor communication is one-way, meaning there's no need for a driver. The only real exceptions might be if a monitor has a built-in webcam or some such.

What you need to do is dump the y-splitter and connect each monitor via its own port on the video card. With LCD monitors, DVI, HDMI or DisplayPort is by far preferable to VGA. The only way a y-splitter would work is if you're using the one provided along with the video card designed specifically for that kind of function. Just attaching a y-splitter on a normal VGA port will get you exactly what you describe. I will also save you some time, trouble and probably expense by telling you that you shouldn't bother trying any DVI to VGA adapters or something similar. You can't convert a digital signal to analog just by rerouting some pins in an adapter.

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my monitor goes into standby as soon as windows installs the drivers, and it doesn't come back, I've reinstalled windows as I thought it might be my old nvidia drivers causing the problem - same problem.

I tried the drivers that come with windows, the newest ati drivers and the ones that came with the card - same problem all round.

system:
windows XP sp2
athlon xp 1900+
512MB ram
asus a7m266

any ideas?
 

A:ati 9600xt - monitor goes into standby when drivers are installed

Your motherboard only supports up to 4x AGP cards and you are trying to pop in an 8x AGP card, but the card should be backwards compatible so I doubt that is your problem.

Just to make sure we understand. You can actually boot up your computer, and the video card is sending a signal to your monitor before you install the drivers?
 

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Product no:EM-171
Product series: PX-769N
Model/Modell:769N

A:Anyone know of CRT monitor drivers? (product info in thread)

Don't know if this will help you or not but . . .

I found an old (2006) thread where someone was asking for a schematic diagram for his PX-769N. He says it was made by a company called Proview and it was manufactured in May 2001.






Quote:
03-09-2006 Re: Proview 769N Schematic Diagram[quote:4df663c29f="mazher83"]Hii all, just joined the group... please can anyone help me out with a schematic (circuit) diagram for my Proview monitor, the following are the details: Product #: PX-769N Manufacture Date: May 2001 Model: 769N 100-240V


Source

I located a website for Proview here but the site was very slow to load and there seemed to be errors on the page. If you can open the website you might be able to use their "Support" or "Contact Us" links for driver info.

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I just powered this new monitor out of the box.   All is working fine, but I want to load the latest driver software into my Mac   to get all the flexibiliity available.    The HP support website did not have a listing for these drivers and suggested I try the forum for where to find them,  assuming they are available.  So here I am.  Thanks in advance for your help.Dan_the_Man_67

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Setting up my new Notebook with Vista Home Premium. Epson C60 printer as per Epson instructions for Vista, it says hook up to notebook and automatically download drivers. Did that and it worked and I was printing. And wireless, programs etc. all ok.
But now printer questions and Problem:

1)Can't find Ink Monitor or Print tests or nozzle cleaning or cartridge changing or anything like that on the system and also Epson it is not listed anywhere in the program menu. Are just the basic drivers downloaded?

2) Once I started using my wireless network moving files between my old notebook and my wife's pc and my new notebook, I lost my printing ability. I kept getting a "select a printer" window come up and then when I selected the epson, it would say it was not available on the network. It seemed to want to use a printer on the network. But the Epson is wired in to my laptop by usb cord and was on and connected. In control panel it showed the it as ready and as the default.....but it seemed to want to connect by the Network. How to sort out that confusion?

So, I uninstalled it for now and am wondering whether to install it again as I did before or maybe get a new printer......
Any thoughts? Things have been going so well with the transition, just this and a few small things to sort really....Thanks.
G
 

A:Solved: Vista printer drivers ok but where is the ink monitor etc?

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Hi,

Since installing Vista 64-bit I'm having trouble with nvidia drivers for it. I have a Geforce 8800GTS 512mb PCI-E graphics card which I have used fine for the last few months.

I was using Vista 32-bit those last few months, but now I've made the switch to Vista 64-bit for the reasons that I get it free through my university and also to see if there is a performance boost.

Since using Vista 64-bit and installing the latest and older Nvidia drivers, when on my monitor's native resolution 1920x1080, it doesnt fill the whole screen, there is about an inch on everyside where the screen is just black, with the desktop sitting inside this, obviously I cannot use my monitor like this as 1920x1080 is small enough as it is, without it being reduced to a size of about a 19" screen.

I then switched to Omega drivers to see if this would fix it and it does, I could run 1920x1080 on the monitor perfectly. But when playing some games, colours would be different and anti-aliasing would be working etc. In the case of GTAIV, there weren't actually any textures at all.

Therefore I would like to use the Nvidia drivers but I can't run the resolution 1920x1080 because of my problem, and I really hate using 1680x1050 because all text is a bit blurry.

I have tried using the Nvidia Control Panel to adjust the scaling, if I apply any of the 4 scaling options, none of them make any different whatsoever, there is still an inch of nothing around the disp... Read more

A:Can't go to full resolution for monitor - Nvidia drivers

From Page2 here: http://support.asus.com/faq/faq.aspx?model=STRIKER II EXTREME&SLanguage=en-us





The VGA part of EPU-4/6 Engine is realized through the use of SmartDoctor utility. If your card is not supported by the SmartDoctor utility, you would see this error message. Please workaround this error message by removing the SmartDoctor utility. Please note that by removing the SmartDoctor utility, the VGA part of EPU-4/6 Engine will be disabled. But you can still enjoy the rest of EPU-4/6 Engine for saving energy. For a list of VGA cards for EPU-4/6 engine, please refer to the VGA QVL list at this link: http://event.asus.com/mb/six_engine/.Click to expand...

Not sure if that helps or not

Here's all your drivers: http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=Striker II Extreme&SLanguage=en-us
 

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Hey, tearing my hair out here, and I was hoping you guys could help - I'd really appreciate it!
 
I was playing WoW and my game started to freeze constantly; so I decided to uninstall and reinstall my drivers.
So I uninstalled my old driver from the Device Manager and tried re-installing via the Catalyst installer, but it gave me an error. I restarted my PC and now my monitor won't power on, it is receiving no power at all. I tried connecting my PC to a separate monitor and I had the same problem, they just seem to go into Power-saving mode, or standby as soon as the PC is connected. I took somebodies suggestion to remove my GPU, I opened up my PC and I can for the life of me not find it, so I assume I'm integrated graphics, every post ive seen has suggested going into the BIOS, but I can't even get to the BIOS..  Any suggestions on how to fix? I would seriously appreciate any help I can get!
 
I am a computer newbie, but willing to try any method suggested.
 
I'm running Windows 8 64 bit, and my motherboard is a MSI A55M-P33
 
Thank you very much for reading!
 

A:Deleted Chipset drivers, no monitor signal

so you are sure the computer is running and have confirmed it is not the monitor, next step would be to see if the onboard video has crapped out. You will need to install a "borrowed (or buy a cheap card for testing) video card to see if the produces a display

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Brand new custom build, just did fresh install of winxppro SP1. Every time the computer boots up the monitor driver reinstalls I do nothing. It detects new monitor drivers and installs them automatically. Not really a problem other than the annoyance.

I had some other drivers that did the same thing, to fix them I uninstalled them, then booted to safe-mode then detected hardware and installed the drivers off the CD.

What I have tried:
Uninstalling, boot to safe-mode, re-installing the driver from the CD. Did have it set to plug and play until I got windows update drivers.
 

A:Windows XP Pro Monitor drivers reinstall after reboot.

Closed, Solved here:

http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?t=285615
 

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If you're like me, you're probably using a small USB extension monitor that uses DisplayLink drivers. As of now, there are no completely bug-free DisplayLink drivers for Windows 8.
However, there is a preview driver that seems to be working just fine.

Download the second preview driver HERE.

Watch the DisplayLink forum for updated drivers HERE.

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I am completely stumped with this one and have tried just about everything.

First of all, I'm running windows 7

My rig is using a Geforce GTX 570, which I run dual monitors out of.

My main monitor is an Acer AL2616W, and my secondary is a Westinghouse L2210NW. Both monitors are DVI. I've had this set up for 2 years with no issues.

Two nights ago I shut my computer off as normal, turn it on the next day and the Acer is not detected and has no signal. There were no updates or changes to the computer. It just, apparently, stopped working.

Neither the nvidia control panel or the windows display control panel could detect my main monitor. The monitor also disappeared from the device manager.

I tried unplugging the monitor, flipping it off and on, switching the ports, switching the cables - nothing changes the situation. So you would think it would be the monitor, however, the main monitor still works when going through the boot screens with first powering on my computer. It isn't until the windows welcome screen that it shuts off and starts working exclusively on my Westinghouse.

I think it could be a driver issue, but I'm stumped. If I disable the nvidia driver so the display works through the basic motherboard display, the Acer starts to work. Of course since it's not using the GPU drivers, the resolution is super low, and no duel monitors. But the point is, the Acer works when the nvidia drivers are disabled. I have tried updating the drivers, r... Read more

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My laptop is a clean install of windows 10. I have two monitors showing up in the drivers and and display settings. It wouldnt be so bad it it would allow the laptop screen to be monitor 1 but it defaults to monitor 2 and I have to set it up as show 2nd screen only to be able to see my screen. how can I remove the "ghost" monitor. I have tried disabling the driver and deleting it neither one worked.  please help soon

























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Ok, so I updated my Intel GMA 965 Chipset driver,
and there is a weird problem

The colors on the monitor of the LAPTOP ( I have an Inspiron 1525 ) seem to be completely messed up, but when I connect a second monitor to the laptop, the problems are NOT on that monitor. On The connected monitor everything seems to work completely fine.

I have windows vista 32 bit, if it matters.

Thanks
*EDIT* it displays both monitors as "1" When I click " identify Monitor "
 

A:Weird problem with Monitor after updating drivers.

Please tell us more about the monitors you are testing with.

Are you referring to two external monitors, and one of those external monitors isn't working as it should?

Or, are you talking about the laptop's own display that is corrupt, but is fine on an external monitor?
 

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I recently updated my drivers for my nvidia graphics card. After rebboting the machine i found that i could no longer see a display on my monitor.

Is there any way in which i could revert back to the old drivers without being able to see anything on the screen?

any information would be apreciated
 

A:No Monitor Display After Updating Nvidia drivers

Hey,

You should be able to boot and POST atleast, is this the case? If this is the case, go into safe mode and go to device manager using the below method - once here, search for the drivers for your card and right click, properties, uninstall (or rollback, which will change them to your last most recent drivers for your card).

Start > Run > devmgmt.msc
 

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I installed Win 8.1 Pro on a Win 7 machine and only have a couple of yellow exclamation marks next to Display and Video Controller. Display shows "Microsoft Basic Display Adapter", so I guess there's no Win 8 driver. Where's a good place to find the correct Win 7 ATI drivers if I use the ven and dev numbers. Tried using Google but just seem to get phony sites trying to sell you some driver update software. Thanks.
Video Controller

PCI \ VEN_1002 & DEV_5B70 & SUBSYS_00821043 & REV_00
Microsoft Basic Display Adapter

PCI \ VEN_1002 & DEV_5B60 & SUBSYS_00821043 & REV_00

A:Looking for some video drivers

This is what I use:

PCI Vendor and Device Lists

Hope this helps

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hello. i am having problems with a new video game that purchased. it is beach head 2, by fusion games. i think something is wrong with the video on my pc. i can play the game just fine, however, i cant view the startup and exit screens to start games/load games/adjust game options. maybe i need a viewer for certain types of files....set, .r24, .t24, .3db???????? could it be the video card itself?? someone said i need to update my drivers...i tried that but i really have no idea what im doing. i love the computer, however, i dont really understand much about the technical end-but i do want to learn more whenever i can. one thing i do know is that i really want to play this game BADLY. im getting very frustrated, and the people at fusion games or the message boards at bh 2002 haven't really been much help. any help would be tremendously appreciated.
 

A:video drivers??

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Need updated driver for Desktop and Profile 3 Intel(r) 8281x Video driver, version 4.13.01.2732 for windows me. i have looked but cant find anything any help will be appreciated
JoAnn
 

A:video drivers

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I have an integrated ati xpress 1150 video card. After installing windows, I installed the vista drivers directly from the ATI website. However after installing them when my computer restarts it loads up and I get a blue screen. So in the mean time i've disabled the video driver. I've also tried running windows update and installing the update for my video card however it wont install and I get a WindowsUpdate_80070103 WindowsUpdate_dt000 error. If anyone could help me with this that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

A:Video drivers

Is this the drivers you tried ?

https://a248.e.akamai.net/f/674/9206..._enu_43741.exe

They were released 28th of march 2007, it's a 47mb download.

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Greetings  well i think i have problems with the drivers in general and i have no idea have to fix  it. i tried 2 get the drivers from the offcial website but there are alote of options for each and iam confused  about which to choose i allready chose and i thought that i did it well but i sometimes get black screen then notification at the side telling me that display driver has stopped responding and then succsesfully recovered beside there is a red dot on my 3d hp driverguard so little help would be nice 

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I have a gateway computer G6300 and the monitor died 6 months ago. Since that time I have tried 3 other monitors and no matter what one i use I can only get 16 colors and I cannot view pictures,play games or burn cds. I reinstalled win98se and have tried every download I have be pointed to and nothing works. Even gateway took control of my computer and just redid everything I had already tried still nothing. My restoration disc is 2.0 and no longer usable and to top it off my cd for win98se has been damaged. any suggestions on what I can do next will be appreciated.
 

A:video drivers

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So I have this NVidia card I stopped using because of all these issues, but I fixed most of them and found workarounds. Mostly what I want to do is play games and use Blender. well yesterday, I installed the latest drivers for my card which is an NVidia 9800 GTX, and everything was working perfect, the next day when I turned my computer on, everything was acting as if I never installed the drivers, it was all slow and stuff. The only way to fix it is to reinstall the drivers, and it sucks to do it all the time, also, with my ATI, reinstalling the drivers eventually stopped fixing my problem, and I don't want the same to happen to this one. What should I do to fix this?
 

A:Video Drivers

Did you uninstall the old video drivers before installing the new ones?

Check device manager to see if there are any problematic drivers installed.
Also, check to see if any onboard cards you may have are active and overriding the new card.
 

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I am looking for: AMD Radeon R2 6015 graphics drivers windows 7 ultimate x64 bit.  From device properties: PCI/VEN_1002&DEV_9838&SUBSYS_8137103C&REV_00  Anybody can suggest the correct driver? I have tried a few posted through the forum, but keep getting black screen upon reboot after driver is insstalled. Thanks.

A:Video drivers

Hi, Please try:     http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?swItemId=ob_104909_1&swEnvOid=4063 or    http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp67001-67500/sp67327.exe Regards.

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I'm working on a Dell Dimension 4100 computer and I can't find the proper video drivers. It's a Nividia G-Force2MX. I went to the dellsupport website but they don't have the driver I need. Could someone tell me of another website that has this driver for this Operating System.
 

A:Need Video drivers

Is this what your looking for?
http://www.nvidia.com/content/drivers/drivers.asp
 

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Hi there,
I am wondering where I could get the necessary drivers and software for my sony pc 120 video cam. I have lost the original set somewhere in "space". Any help?
Tx
Raimund
 

A:Drivers for video cam

Have you tried www.sony.com? Although I don't see any reference to a PC 120 camera there, there is drivers and such available.
 

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ho hum. more internet cyber trash from sarah.recently my computer has been restarting randomly-- i really have no clue why. each time i am doing completely different things. each time though microsoft tells me it is because of a device driver.just the last time, it told me it was my nvidia drivers, and linked me to a website where i could download some. i clicked it, dled, installed it... and restarted my comp.it started up normal, showing all the booting up screens normally, but when it came time to display the welcome screen, my monitor went black and displayed a message reading something like "unable to display"playing around at the booting up screens, i was successfully able to start up in safe mode, where i promptly went to system restore. it restarted and... displayed the message again.does anyone have any clue what i should do if i can ever start up in safe mode again? should i try system restore again?should i go to the website and re-install the drivers? i believe the site title was "windows xp/2000" thanks everyone.

A:Video Drivers

What kind of nvidia card do you have? Is it an actual card or is it onboard (or shared/integrated) graphics?

If it's an actual card, go to the nvidia website and download the latest and greatest drivers from them. Be sure to uninstall the old drivers, reboot, then install your new drivers.

If it's onboard (or shared/integrated) graphics, well, I believe that you can do the same thing (uninstall/reinstall). You will probably have to use a disc that came with the computer to reinstall your onboard graphics.

Hope this helps!

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my colors are messed up and i can't change my screen size. how can i fix this problem.
 

A:video drivers

i'm by no means an expert on this stuff, but could you be more specific in describing your problem?
 

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Hi, I play a game called Digital Paintball 2.0 for the quake 2 engine.

And I used to have a pretty badass gaming computer, but then my motherboard fried and now i'm on this garbage Dimension 2400 Dell.

To get to the point, I was wondering if anyone knew any programs that may be able to raise my frames per second at all? Or how to take v-sync off? Any help would be appreciated.
No I don't have money to buy a new computer before you say something about it.
 

A:Lag help. Video drivers?

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IM in dying need of video driver for gigabyte GA-GF2560, I had a crash and don't have driver cd for my video card. Someone please send me an email regarding where I can find this driver download. I have already tried drivers.com, but it was no help at all.
 

A:video drivers

believe that's a gforce 256

www.nvidia.com
 

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I purchased a new OEM PC which included Windows XP. I was already using Windows 2000 and am familiar with the older OS; I do not understand or like XP. The hard drive capacity on the new PC is 20GB. I purchased another hard drive with a 40GB capacity and installed it in the new PC, then loaded my W2K OS, but cannot take advantage of higher resolution in the display because the default is 16 colors, 480 x 640 resolution.
My question is this: How can I identify and use the video drivers from the XP files and use that in W2K? I have been unsuccessful so far.

Thanks very much.
Bob Drummond
 

A:Video Drivers

You don't have to live with 16 colors, 480 x 640 resolution,you can change it.If you have tried and the system won't let you,then you need to get a new display driver,preferably from the manufacurer of your hardware.
Go to Start/Control Panel/System,On the "Hardware"tab select "Device Manager".
Click the + in front of "Display adapters".With that info you can go to the manufacurer's website and find an updated driver.
 

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After reformatting the hard drive..I have no drivers for the video card. I have a nVIDIA RIVA 128 8mb 3d agp. if anyone knows where to go on the net to download the drivers, I would apreciate it. Thanks
 

A:video drivers

http://www.the-cad.com
 

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I recently installed windows 7 and lost my video drivers. My chip set is INTEL(R)915g/915GV/910GL. I searched for the driver online but found it only for windows XP. Can someone recommend me a site to download the driver mentioned above for windows 7???
thanx!

A:Video drivers

Hi Isham,

Who made your motherboard? What make and model is it, not just the chipset? Do you have 32-bit or 64-bit Windows?

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