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Starlogic 17" monitor not working with Vista

Is it a driver that I need to download or a setting I need to change?

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May need to download some drivers for it. Your operating system has nothing to do with it. Try www.driverguide.com . It also may be a hard ware fault. make sure all your connections are secure. Hope this helped.

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