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Many brands and models of computer devices are not automatically recognized, because they're not included in the OS database (which sometimes is updated). Without knowing the OS you're using, it's helpful to use the most current drivers, matched to your OS. Just in case you didn't have the available drivers, here's a link to them on the AOC website:http://us.aoc.com/support/downloads/driver/63
You do not need the driver for the monitor if you are running XP, if you are running Windows 7 you will need the driver so you can adjust the resolution to the native resolution of the monitor.
Lack of driver for the monitor will not cause the black out problem.
You should try this monitor with another PC first to make sure it is not video card problem in the PC.
Is this monitor still under warranty.
Hi artopa, You can find the drivers here: http://diplo-driver.com/download-driver/AOC/912SWS-1 If this helps resolve your issue, would you please rate the solution. If this does not help please leave a comment giving me more information on the problem and I will try to help you further.