Question about Computers & Internet
Here is phillip support page, enter your model number of your monitor and look for the drivers section. you should be able to view the monitor even without the exact driver as windows loads it's generic driver . if you are getting no picture at all at startup , check all your cables and your video card, start the computer in safe mode , go into the controll panel- system-hardware-device manager and make sure there are no yellow exclamation points next to devices, these will cause conflicts with you trying to load new drivers.
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Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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