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Make sure the monitor works on a friend's PC using the DVI... let's not go backward to VGA when DVI is available on both the PC and monitor. If the monitor works, install the driver and reboot. It should work for you too.
You can't hook you TV to the monitor itself, rather the computer. If your PC has a wide white connector (DVI) that is supplying signal to the monitor, you could use a DVI to HDMI adapter cable to connect your PC to your TV. This is also possible if your PC uses a small blue connector with 15 pin holes (VGA) by using a VGA cable to connect your PC to your TV.
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for what model? also usually you dont need a driver for a monitor or LCD, you might need a driver for your graphics card. And still We'd need to know the model and or the model and name or your pc to help you further.