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If ur Win 98 system has been corrupted,means only the windows 98 screen appears and then a blue screen appears or after that the system dosnt start or restart follow the following steps:
1. at the time of POST (i.e when u hear the beep sound or when ur monitor shows the first displays) press the F8 key continuously . then select the option Start in Command prompt only 2. in command prompt type C:\>cd windows\sysbckup ( assuming c: is ur system or root directory) 3. then type c:\windows\sysbckup>dir *.cab 4. now select the file depending on the date closest to the date when ur system was operating fine( the file name will be like RB001.cab ) 5. now after selecting the file type in the command prompt c:\>windows\sysbckup>copy rb001.cab ..(assuming the file name as rb001.cab) 6. then type c:\windows\sysbckup> cd\ 7. then type c:\> extract rb001.cab/e 8.now restart ur pc
Vista has a cutoff date on desktop computers for supporting drivers for video.
Your options are to go back to XP, or see if your computer has a spare
PCI slot, if so then buy a PCI VGA board that is Vista supported.
When you open your case and install the board, bootup and Vista
will detect the new VGA board and install the required drivers.
go to google type in the model of your monitor and type upgraded drivers this will take you to sites that have it theen just follw prompts or go to my computer click on that then on the hardware tab click then scroll to monitor click on that then click on upgrade drivers it will ask if you have a disc or what location to search click on search internet then follow prompts
Your computer -may- be out of date. The visual hardware need to run windows 7 must be up to date, and not made before 2003. Depending on how old your computer is, Windows 7 may or may not run on it. It may also just as well be a problem with your monitor. Is your monitor very old?
Above links are drivers for philips Monitor and video card.
download the file and install.
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go to dell's web site. http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/upgrades/en/segmenter?c=us&l=en&s=gen&~ck=mn
Fill in the requested information and they will give you the details of your computer, and recommended upgrades.
Does your current card meet your needs? The 24 inch should not need any thing special other than loading its drivers, and setting up the video. You will of course be using the "D" 15 connector on this monitor and a mating video cable. These have to be purchased on their own sometimes, so make sure one comes with your monitor.
Please install the driver of your monitor, the CD is enclosed in the monitor from the vendor. If no CD you find the drivers at the Philips website in their support and downloads. After installing adjust the brightness and contrast of your monitor.
Install also the driver of you computer specifically on the motherboard drivers, please install that in series from Chipset upto the last. The CD/DVD is also enclosed to your system.
If not solve then maybe you can claim warranty of your monitor.