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The easiest thing to do is a system restore to a date before you installed the new driver update. This will remove the update and should restore things back to normal.
If you are using Windows you find System Restore from Start>Programs>Accessories>System tools>System Restore.
If System restore does not work then you can try reinstalling the monitor as a generic monitor, you can do it from the Hardware Devices list in control panel.
First try doing a System Restore , that will be much easier and faster.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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