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Hi, I see you are having issues with you LG monitor. What type of video card do you have on your computer? if I may ask. And also did the LG Monitor come with a disc to install the Monitor. The VGA means it is using VGA a a mode or type of cable connection for the Video, what cable are you using? are you using an HDMI connection for the Monitor/LCD or is it the Blue Cable on both ends if it is the Blue Cable then that is using VGA so it will say on VGA meaning it detects the video connection from that cable. Are you asking because this shows every time you turn the LCD monitor ON , is that correct, if that is the reason it is normal. The question I see is incomplete? and when you? what happens?windows detected my monitor as generic non pnp monitor and when i installed the inf file for lg monitor and updated and rebound to generic non pnp monitorit says device on vga and when i
Double-check to see if the cable is properly attached and the monitor is set up for DVI(digital) or RGB(analog) depending on which cable it is. Or you can set it to Auto, that normally works.
If you still cannot get a picture try a different monitor or verify the computer is starting up. Sometimes if you fondle with the memory or other internal components the video will not show, thus the computer is not starting at all.
I suggest you test your computer by using a different known good monitor. If it works ok you will know your Westinghouse has a fault and if it doesn't you will know there is a problem with your computer (video card maybe?)..
My Iiyama Vision Master Pro 450 works with Windows 7 when connected with a VGA video cable that has 5 BNC RGB connectors that attach to the back of the Iiyama monitor. No driver install was needed; Windows 7 shows my Iiyama monitor as a "Generic Non-PnP Monitor" with 1024x768 resolution.
You will need to go into Device Manager, and look at your Monitors listed. One probably lists as Acer AL2016W, the other one lists as Generic PnP Monitor. To fix this, open the Generic PNP Monitor (right click and go to properties). Then choose "Update Driver" button, Select "Browse my computer for driver software", then select "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer".
You should automatically get a list for the Acer AL2016W option. Depending on how it's cabled up and connected, you ay either get Analog, Digital or DisplayPort (or HDMI if that model allows it). Choose the option that's relevant. Now your monitors should list properly.
Seeing the word "analog" on your screen means the monitor has recognized video input on the vga "analog" input connection. Most computers output "analog" vga (15 pin) which must be converted to digital for a flat panel monitor to display the image. Many LCDs now have both analog and digital inputs.
you can try it from driverguid.com or its regional site.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back as requested, how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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