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I believe it is a monitor driver issue, I suggest that you upgrade your monitor driver using internet connection to get the latest driver or install again the monitor driver that comes from your CD.
Normally when there is problem on hardware like your monitor, the drivers are mostly affected. I believe the monitor driver is corrupt that cause an error in your monitor.
Try to upgrade by going to control panel, click the view by large icon, choose on device manager, choose monitors, on the submenu of that monitor, press right click to view the update driver software, just click that to get driver updates through internet. After updates finished, restart your computer to take effect the new setting and try to check if it solves your problem.
connect internet then right click on my computer then click on properties then click on device maneger then right click on monitor then click on properties then select drivers and click on update driver it will automatically install the driver by searching web
And then install the software. Before running it you can right-click on the icon and run the software in"Vista compatibility mode" under the properties tab. The driver should work on Windows 7. If not you will need to wait for an updated driver from Dell.
Hi, Have you ensured that your display card driver AND correct monitor driver is installed. This is to make sure that your display card only generates signals that your Acer monitor is capable of handling. If you do not have the driver CD for your monitor you can download the software from www.acer.com. The problem is most likely that your display card is generating a refresh rate which your monitor cant handle. Go to your display properties and lower the refresh rate of your display card and see if this solves the problem. Best wishes, Graemevm
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First of all, deleted your old driver and unplugged your USB cable from the webcam. Then re-installed your updated driver. Then turn off your PC and re-plugged your USB cable from your webcam. After that, turn on your PC...it's will automatic detected new hardware and your webcam should function correctly.
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Ok, the problem with the monitor for programs is actually the Vista Aero. Found out that even though many programs are Vista compatible they do not run with Aero-used program compatibility wizard which reverted Aero to Windows Classic and all is well. Not sure if similar problem is affecting web pages though.
You can use the .icm file from the Vista driver by manually going into driver update and pointing to the location wher you extracted it to. This however probaly won't fix your issue however, as the problem is more than likely that your videocard doesn't support the 1440 x 900 resolution.
Well, if you say you have the latest drivers availble from NVIDIA, have you tried updating the driver for the monitor itself?
(the device is in device manager under Monitors i believe)
Well aside from that you'll just might have to wait for an updated video card driver!
Another question, what is the max resolution that is available on your pc?