Quote: Originally Posted by bassfisher6522
Hello Vizaon and Welcome to "Windows Seven Forums".
You should just able to put in the CD that has the driver on it and the auto run should take over and all you should have to do is open the file and click install and run. The driver will be placed in the the right directory automatically.
But there's the problem. When I put the CD in all it does is open up an HTML page and it has links to a setup diagram and user's guide. Nowhere in these pages does it provide any drivers to download, I have to go and open the CD and view the files inside and there's a drivers folder. In there it tells me what to do, but like I said before the monitor isn't showing up (Generic PnP Monitor is only showing up). Also, the max res. is 1600 x 900, but yet that isn't a resolution I could choose. I went into my Nvidia settings and added a custom resolution. When I used that resolution it was blurry, even though my drivers are up to date.
Now, I don't know how but I changed my resolution to 1600 x 900 and it looks great now, but my monitor still isn't showing up. I'm not sure if it really matters that it's still using Generic PnP Monitor, but it looks absolutely fine now.