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MY COMPUTER DOESN,T RECOGNISE MY MONITOR SEPARATELY

I HAVE BEEN TOLD IT IS MY GRAPHICS DRIVER BUT I DONT KNOW WHICH MY GRAPHICS DRIVER IS

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Hi,your problem is not a video driver issue,you need a driver for the monitor.you can go to manufacterer website and get a driver.

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MMMmmmmm, no. The graphics driver won't have anything to do with recognizing the monitor. I'm assuming this is some flavor of Windows? Window will accept a "driver" for the monitor, which really is just an information (inf) file that tells windows what the monitor is capable of, so it won't try to make the monitor display something it should not, and cannot.

Get the driver from the Dell site, or this address has an executable they claim is the driver for your monitor.
http://members.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=296757

If you get the inf file:
Right click an empty area on your desktop and select properties.
Select the Settings tab.
Click advanced button.
Select Monitor tab.
Click Properties button.
Select the Driver tab.
Click Update Driver button.
Try the auto install. If that doesn't work, try it again and point it to the inf file you got from Dell. This should allow you to manipulate the settings on your display.


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