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You need to change the monitor type. If you open the display settings and then setting tab-advanced-monitor you see a properties button. Click that and then the driver tab on the new window. What you need to do is go to Acers website und get the "INF" or driver file for your monitor. download and save this file. Then go back to the drivers window and click the reinstall drivers button and then point it towards the file you downloaded. This file lets windows know what settings the monitor can use. After that is installed and you go back to the settings window you should find that the allowed display resolutions have changed. You should be able to change it to one the monitor displays properly now.
Is the monitor supplied with inbuilt speakers..?
Most monitors no longer have inbuilt speakers and this is why there is no place to connect the audio cable. You will have to purchase a set of external speakers and connect these to the audio output of your system.
Yes, you do. You need an stereo audio cable. It will have a connector like found on portable headphones on each end.There should be a recepticle for it on your monitor, usually marked light green. This cable would then connect to your computer's audio output. Although, I don't think your monitor has speakers.