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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i buyed the new al1916w lcd monitor ,i tried to install the driver for it.
i also downloaded the driver from acer site ,when i looked in device manager ,i found two plug and play monitor
plz check this link
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then i selected update driver from the right click and selected the folder wherethe driver was stored ,after searching windows cannot find the drivers.
i am sure that the folder has the driver downloaded from the site.
check this link
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now how can i install the lcd monitor driver?
any other method?
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
This monitor doesn't have built-in speakers. You'll have to hook up separate speakers to the audio output jack on your computer with this one.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
My compliments. Your description of your problem is great. I know what you've done and I understand your problem.
However, I am wondering about a few things that may help you. the video settings that you are referring to in your description are dictated by the software that drives the video card, not the monitor.
Are you sure you have the latest Manufacturer's drivers for your video card?
I don't see any mention of the video card here.
Posted on May 20, 2009
Try setting your color depth to 16 bit first then 1600 X 900 and try a reboot to see if it stays. Use only the windows display manager to do this, not the catalyst control. If the resolutions stays you can try setting it back to 32 bit and saving. The true max settings will appear in your windows display manager, and not always in third party display management software.
Trust that before you trust Catalyst or magictune.
Remember not to force the resolution above what windows considers safe, even if you know the monitor can handle it. Also bear in mind that Win7 is not fully ready for some things yet, even if Microsoft says it is.
I never trust a new Microsoft OS to be fully compatible with anything, no matter what the press statements report. So far this has kept me from destroying many components that may have otherwise become damaged or corrupted.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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