Quote: Originally Posted by Adrian
Quote: Originally Posted by gladson1976
i know that the driver
is installed for my video card.
i need the driver for my monitor currently using the generic plug and play driver which lacks some features like refresh rates...
Hello Gladson, if you view the desktop and right click you should be able to view your screen resolutions. Also you will see what your supported refresh rates are. Unless your monitor can support higher resolutions and refresh rates the PNP driver is the most stable driver available.
thanks Adrian. actually its my mistake.
i thought my monitor was a WUXGA
monitor (max 1920 x 1200).
but its actually a WXGA
monitor (max 1280 x 800) which is the resolution i have right now.
i guess the Generic PnP Driver is more than enough.