Question about HP vs19 (Silver) 19" LCD Monitor
This is a classic case of Windows generic graphics card driver. You need to find out what type of graphics card you have fitted or what onboard graphics chip you have. If it's an AGP card go to my computer>properties> hardware tab>device manager and look down list for display adapters, if it's onboard then it maybe an intel chip. Make note of the make and go to the relevant web site for the drivers
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