Question about Acer AL2216W LCD Monitor
I am running Mac OS x (10.3.9) on my Power PC G5 (dual 2.5ghz). Had no monitor issues, but with my new Acer AL2216W monitor, the monitor flickers (visually vibrates) then blacks out for a few seconds intermittently, gradually getting worse. I have tried to find a MAC driver to download, but ACER only offers drivers for Windows systems. so... is it the driver? is it the monitor?
thanks in advance.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Acer AL1916W monitor
ive set that resolution but its still flickering on 60hz :S
i dont know what else to do. Ive installed new drivers for my graphics, ati radeon 9550..i dont know what else to do..PLS HELP ME!!!!
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
i buyed the new al1916w lcd monitor ,i tried to install the driver for it.
i also downloaded the driver from acer site ,when i looked in device manager ,i found two plug and play monitor
plz check this link
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then i selected update driver from the right click and selected the folder wherethe driver was stored ,after searching windows cannot find the drivers.
i am sure that the folder has the driver downloaded from the site.
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now how can i install the lcd monitor driver?
any other method?
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
LOOKS LIKE A BURN SOLDER !! , open the monitor , check the PC BOARD around the transformer area , look for burn spot or cold solder , RE solder it , try again , hope this helps please rate solution and thanks AJ
Posted on May 06, 2008
It's seems you need to reset your WB (white blance). Open your on screen display and look for WB settings... Good lucks!
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
The acer LCD monitor is plug and play.You don't need a driver.But unless you have a graphics card that supports at least 1440x900 you have problems. Also if your card has a div connection, use that instead of the analog connector, The monitor comes with that connector. Use the old one to connect a second CRT monitor if you want. Don't connect both to the lcd monitor and to the computer unless you are using a second monitor. Like everything these days, every purchase seems to need an upgrade of sorts, On board graphics **** anyway. Buy at least a 128 MB graphic card with a digital connector and more RAM never goes astray.....
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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