Question about Computers & Internet
And your question is? It means you have a standard monitor with no particular special requirements.
Generic - means no special type
PNP - means "plug 'n' play" - in other words the OS already has the driver for this type of equipment.
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
All monitors on laptops are listed as generic monitors and use a standard microsoft driver. If you have a driver already installed for this monitor, highlight the monitor and right click on it and check the driver details. You will probably see a microsoft signed driver. The graphics or display adapter is the driver that makes things happen on the lcd screen. That driver, the one for the display adapter is the one to keep updated.
Below is the link to HP support for the drivers for your laptop.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
Please go to the link below for the drivers.
Also in future remember the link below to search SW/drivers from the net
Search for Drivers Online
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
Hi, it does not matter which monitor the Notebook has, the ratings may change depending on the Hardware performance of the Notebook, Please make sure you have installed all the latest Drivers for Windows 7 OS. Usually the notebook manufacturer will release Drivers for Windows 7 OS in there Website. If you are using Windows XP Drivers for Windows 7 then the performance may vary.
Please check your Hardware Specification by downloading Speccy program from the below link:
Please follow the below steps to enable Hardware Acceleration.
1. Choose Start > Control Panel.
2. Double click Personalization and select Display Settings.
3. Click Advanced Settings.
4. Click Change Settings on the Troubleshooting tab.
5. Move the Hardware Acceleration slider to Full.
6. Click Apply and then click OK to accept the new setting and close the dialog box.
7. Click OK to close the Display Properties dialog box.
8. Restart Windows.
Posted on Apr 13, 2011
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