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Re: MY COMPUTER DOESN,T RECOGNISE MY MONITOR SEPARATELY
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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When the power light is flashing the monitor is not getting a stable signal. This is hard to answer without direct troubleshooting. Check the cables first, make sure they are connected securely. If you still have problems test another monitor you know works or move monitor to a computer you know works, this will determine if the monitor is the problem or not and tell you if it is your "graphics port or adapter". If another monitor works fine, use the working cables to test the "broken" monitor. If you have an "all-in-one" computer, ignore the above steps and use a start-up repair disk. The reason this is hard to troubleshoot is there are so many things to diagnose. More than likely your "graphics card" is failing. These are some tricks to repair. You can update the driver, buy a graphic card separate from the stock port.
LG Flatron L1515S doesn't need a driver to be installed on Windows Computer or any other systems. If you have problem with it, then it should be your graphics driver that you would need to install. Similarly W1943TB-PF doesn't need driver. (I am not sure which one among the two LG Flatrons you have since your question is tagged under the LG Flatron L1515S while your problem refers to LG Flatron W1943TB. If you have other problem, let me know with more details. Good Luck. Thanks for using FixYa.
check the nature resolution of this LCD. It is 1400 x 1050 resolution.
You need the LCD driver from viewsonic web site. Go download and install.
Make sure your graphics card driver is latest one so can auto detect the LCD res. as well.
Check your connection at the pc and at the monitor. At worst, your graphics driver may be corrupted or your graphics card may have failed. Try re-installing your graphics driver. If you don't know how to do this, please re-post as a separate issue.
Since you have reinstalled your Operating system you will need to reinstall the Drivers for your Video card, sound card, Modem and other hardwares. You need to install drivers for each and every hardware in your computer. Windows has inbuilt drivers for most of the common hardwares like mouse keyboard modem etc. but for some specific hardwares like Sound card Graphic card, Network card etc. for which Windows cannot load the drivers on its own, we have to install them. Driver is a set of program which helps your hardware to communicate with the Operating system (e.g: Windows).
For your Dell Monitor E153FP you can download the required drivers from the following site:
Go to a blank spot on your desktop Right click go to "Properties" click on "settings" click on "Advanced" go to "graphics driver" click on "graphics properties" click on "rotation" Then rotate it by 180degrees. Thats all..
Depends on what motherboard you are using. IF this is indeed the case, you can still put a CHEAP add-on graphics card on the motherboard and get the system up and running with minimum expenses. Most motherboards support adding an additional graphic card besides the onboard chip.