Question about Hanns.G Corporation HW173D Monitor
I've just bought a 28" HG281 Monitor.
I'm trying to use it with a laptop with Windows Vista, but it makes everything ridiculously wide. I've tried adjusting the resolution, but there isn't one that's wide enough - 1600x1200 is the closest.
I suspect I need the driver software, but when I try to install it, I get an error message. Nothing very specific - just that ins has stopped working and windows is looking for a solution.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Check all power connections and surge arrestors to the ON position. Or if possible, try hooking up the monitor to a different source. You can use for instance, a laptop, some dvd players using s-video, etc. If the monitor works, then try a different video card. When buying components for assembly at home, it's not uncommon for them to arrive unoperational or DOA. Use a reputable dealer that has a good return policy. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
did you get info with the graphics card? not all can go high some are lower resolution for reasons.
and be aware that monitors can not go up in resolution forever they have a max limit so based on frequency you are using you may only get 1600 x 1200 1650 x 1080 is as high as this card will go it is listed on the side bar here under editors choice.
based on monitors freq settings you may need to adjust that to get to the max
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
I had a similar problem recently, green bar down middle which became "scratchy" and would come and go. I fixed (I hope) by unplugging the plug to the internal LCD panel assembly, cleaning with IPA, and re-plugging. All the covers and metal shields had to come off to do this though, a bit of a pain, and risky to the front of the panel.
Or it could be a timing issue, I know the L2035 only likes to be fed the right graphics "timings" over DVI and VGA. If out, you'll end up with an offset picture that can't be fixed by adjusting position in the monitor's menu. Re-set to standard graphics driver timings and it goes away.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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The resolution option can be found by right clicking on the desktop and click properties. Then go to the settings tab. That is where you will be able to adjust the resolution settings for your monitor.
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Posted on Jul 08, 2011
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