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A wide screen display requires setting the appearance
1. right click on a space on the desktop without icons
2. select from a list prompt the settings with click should provide link with which to select the appearance setting
3. choose from the display icon prompt after clicking a pixel quality
4. a larger figure chosen from the list should decompress the screen pixels creating clear pictures though adjusted screen to fit the area
The drivers is not a problem for your case. If you can not select the 1600X900 resolution (this is the native resolution for your monitor) the problem is at your VGA; it does not support this resolution. What is brand / model is your VGA (or if you use the on board at the motherboard what brand / model is your motherboard)?
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go to the device makers website and download the latest driver for it. or http://www.hannspree.com/global/product_detail.aspx?id=25887&advancedkey=Size%3d28%22+Wide%2cCategories%3dLCD+Monitors&PID= copy paste
then click on downloads. scroll to bottom and click on driver
railbird56, Common problem for ALL BRANDS of "cold-cahtode-fluorescent-lamp" back-lit lcd monitors! Here are your options!!! Cheapest to most costly!! 1. Warranty repair. 2 DIY repair???? 3. Local or distant repair. 4. possible old + cash swapout with Hannspree for refurbished same model?? 5. Trade-in for new wide screen. My best guess on your monitor (no history) is that the unit's SMPS is in partial or full shutdown mode during it's black screen moments. How much do you know about "electronic ballasts" "switch-mode-power-supplys" and how to repair them?? 12fixlouie