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The driver files allow for windoze to set the monitor up as a plug-n-play device. However, you do not need drivers to set this up manually. If you will right-click the desktop and open the display properties, click the display adaptor tab, and uncheck the box that indicates to hide incompatible settings (I don't have windoze myself, but it's worded something like that) save that change and click on the monitor tab, then find a compatible setting for your monitor as indicated in the instruction manual, you can set it up to work as well as if it had the drivers. If you have any questions, please ask.
Well in theory as a plug and play monitor it should work. However you will have to be wary of certain things such as whether the drivers will be essential for use. Best thing to do is check with your retailer first.
Thanks for the comment regarding what type of computer equipment that you have. The integrated video card that you are using definitely is not designed for the widescreen monitors and will not work properly with the widescreen (as you have noticed). The solutions that you can use would be to get a non-widescreen standard monitor or install a new video card that has widescreen capability.
Hannspree said that there is no need for a separate driver for XP and suggested I check for an updated driver for my old NVIDIA Video card... That was the answer. I now get the full 1400X900 resolution.