I was just wondering if it was in the "Display" or "Resolution" section on that screen. My I-Inc LCDs have a VGA and DVI input. One monitor is connected to the VGA on my GT220, and the other one is connected to the DVI output. All I see is 1.AG191 and 2.AG191 for Display and 1280 x 1024 (recommended) for Resolution. There is no mention of analog or digital there for either display. I have to actually look at the back of the monitor to tell which one is DVI (digital) and which on is using VGA (analog). The DVI connectors on my monitors are DVI-D, digital only, so there is no way to send an analog signal into the DVI port. My guess is windows 7 is just reading the monitor ID data stored in the monitor and displaying it in the "Display" section. I don't think it means that the monitor is actually using an analog signal, just that it can.