Question about Samsung SyncMaster 920N 19" LCD Monitor
It sounds like you are having a problem with your VGA Card (Video Graphics Adapter) and not with your monitor. Most monitors do not need to be "installed"
Go into your Device Manager and see if there are any items that have exclamation marks next to them. If there are, those are problem areas. Under Display Adapters there should be a specific item (Intel 845G, nVidia GeForce 9800 GT, Radeon 4850, etc.) and under Monitor should be "plug and play monitor".
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you need to be installing a graphics driver for your onboard graphics or your graphics card, the monitor driver won't change the resolution, when you installed XP there wouldn't have been a graphics driver installed, only a VGA driver to enable a 800 x 600 resolution.
Find out your card manufacturer or your onboard graphics or use the cd that came with the motherboard or card.
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