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Go into your device manager in control panal and add a new monitor or go into the monitor in there and install new driver
Posted on Nov 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blurred pictures on monitor
The problem is not the monitor, it is the display adapter (Video card) of your system needs a valid Vista driver. (NVidia, ATI and Intel are the 3 largest Graphic card manufacturers) Monitor drivers are almost never needed except on some advanced large LCDs.
You said up upgraded to Vista, did you use a Vista upgrade DVD or just perform a clean installation of Vista? Have you installed Vista Chipset drivers? The chipset and Graphics drivres may not be native to Vista, you may need to install them.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
for that purpose you have to insert an AGP card into AGP slot of grade 8X then you can see full resolution because the inbuilt display card does not support to high resolution
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
In most cases you don't need the drivers for a monitor to work completely fine. In order to obtain your drivers you can always check the manufacturers website and they should have drivers listed, in your case they do. Although I couldn't locate VX715 i found many VX models in the driver search. There should be one that works fine, just make sure you download the right right IE: windows 7 x32/86 if your running a 32-bit operating system, or windows 7 x64 if you are running a 64 bit operating system. Here is the website I located http://www.viewsonic.com/support/downloads/drivers/
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
Testimonial: "I couldn't find any drivers for the vx715 on the viewsonic website when I looked previously but will look at the link you have posted. Thanks"
SOURCE: is there a special driver
If your monitor is a Gateway FHX2201Q, then your driver is at:
If your LCD monitor is an HD2200 series LCD monitor, then "generic PNP monitor" is it.
You can confirm by spending some time at the Gateway support site:
Posted on Feb 13, 2011
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