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Re: drive not instlled
When you bought you monitor there should be a drver CD for the monitor.
If you have the CD, pu it in the CD_rom and then if you;re using
Windows XP it will automatically open for drive installation. The PC
will automatically detect a new hardware and will ask for the
driver.The installation wizard will open and you just follow the
instruction. Remember the drive is in the CD-rom. Choose CD-rom for
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kdoran121, Some component part has failed inside your monitor!! Possible verticle drive signal is "bleeding" into the horizontal signal is causing your "wavy effect" to occur on screen. Electronic technician will need to troubleshoot problem down to "component level" to solve monitor problem. That's my best guess on this one. You could try to swap-in a known good monitor to your pc, just to prove that the monitor is the problem and NOT your pc!!! Yes, I still have a 9 year old CRT monitor connected to another pc and if and when it FAILS, I will send it to the curb on trash-day!!! 12fixlouie
i think you r installed any lan card ar etc. when you had taken com thing from the shop he will geve garenti for minimum one weak. for each component they geve a instaltion cd please instal. and see the system requiredments and proseed to ti ok