Quote: Originally Posted by A Guy
Don't know how skilled you are, or how far you'd like to go, but I found someone who said they rewrote the .inf file to work with Windows 7. Be sure to save your original if you try. Make a restore point before as well. 3rd post down HERE
The message in the 4th post is the same one I get. And, no, I'm not skilled enough to be too daring. Ubuntu, maybe, not Windows or Mac.
I take it that just trying to install the newer Dell driver will fail because the model names are different, right? I was afraid of that.
The monitor, now that I've replaced my graphic card, performs very well. It when I was having graphic issues that I wanted to monitor my card for trouble shooting. I couldn't then & can't now because the desktop monitor software doesn't recognize the generic MS PnP driver. It might be simpler to contact the 3rd poster who re-wrote the driver (although he didn't respond to the 4th posters' question; unless it was a private message) or find another type of graphic monitor software that does recognize the PnP driver. Wouldn't hurt to try.