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Device not installed properly message

Although the monitor seems to work fine, every time the computer is booted up a message is displayed that the monitor(device) has not been installed properly. I attempted to install a driver, but I cannot not find one on the internet and the CD that game with the monitor does not seem to work Thanks

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  • wehj74 Oct 01, 2008

    nesesito ,os drivers`para elste monitor con sistema operativo Wiundows xp

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Try this:

Go to Device Manager, right click on the monitor, choose uninstall, reboot the computer. When Windows starts up again, it will look for a driver(s), and might find the right one. If it doesn't, choose Cancel (this will set the monitor driver to Plug & Play Monitor or something like that which should be fine). Now, when you boot up you should not see that message again because the correct driver loaded or you chose Cancel.

Good luck.

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