Question about Fuji FP-988D 19" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
Hi, I recently upgraded from Win98SE to WinXP. My problem is after finishing installing WInXP, and after re booting the computer, the monitor goes blank (the power indicator turns orange when it turns off). I know the OS is working. What I did was, tried a MAG 14" Monitor, and windows XP boots up without the monitor turning off by itself. Is there a incompatibility problem with Likom monitor? How to resolved this? Another thing, I have an old ISA modem and sound card which i can't find it to work un der WIn XP, tried downloading of a lot drivers from DriverGuide.com but it's doesn'y work. How to make it work? Sound card : OPti82C931, Modem : PCT388P. Thanks . Jerry
I assume your Samsung Magic CGB5607L is CRT monitor (Not LCD).
It could be the problem with "Refresh Rate" the monitor can't handle. Set the lowest resolution with lowest refresh rate. (800x600 @ 60 Hertz). in Display Properties
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
Hi jcokimso, Sounds like your trying to teach an old dog some new tricks! ;) I looked for XP drivers for your monitor and could not find any. I would hook that other monitor up and check the video settings. Right click on the desktop and hit "Properties" Goto the "Settings" tab and make sure the screen resolution and color quality are within the monitors capabilities. Try setting them as low as they will go and if that fixes the issue you can try moving up a setting until you see where it stops. Also try hitting the "Advanced" button and goto the "Monitor" tab. Make sure the refresh rate isn't set too high. If that does not work let me know. As far as the ISA cards...WinXP does NOT support non plug and play ISA devices. Meaning if there are jumpers on those cards to set the IRQ's and what not and they don't have a jumper setting for plug and play your pretty much out of luck. If they DO have a jumper setting for plug and play you need to set the jumpers accordingly to let windows manage the resources the cards need. Although it IS possible to get some non plug and play ISA devices to work under WinXP in certain instances it's not worth the trouble TRUST ME!!! Just out of curiosity could you list the PC's specs. Let me know how it goes, His Dudeness
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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