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Vista video driver needed for Dell E193FP

I am using this Dell E193FP monitor with my vista machine and keep getting error, " Cannot display this video mode" when using the intel video driver.

Is there a third party video driver avaialble for this monitor to work w/ the vista OS?

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  • cjspurrier Mar 11, 2008

    Dell Desktop Vostro 200 mini tower

    OS: Vista Business SP1



    Trying any video mode:

    I have downloaded and installed



    onboard graphics: G31/G33/Q33/Q35 Graphics Controller

    Driver: R180002.Exe



    I have downloaded and installed latest drivers form dell and intel and after installing reboot and and logging in, I receive black screen with "Cannot display this video mode"

  • cjspurrier Mar 11, 2008

    1024 x768 at 60hz

  • cjspurrier Mar 12, 2008

    Yes I am sure the onboard video adapter is Intel G31/G33/Q33/Q35 Graphics Controller



    Here is the testing I have done thus far:



    1. uninstall & delete video driver

    2. download updated driver from Dell support page

    3. Adjust video display properties to 1024x768 32 bit

    3. Reboot machine in safe mode

    4. Install driver

    5. reboot and receive error, can not display this video mode

    6 reboot in safe mode

    7. uninstall driver

    8 reboot, machine is now using default vga driver and works fine



    However visita goes out and looks for an updated driver and installs the intel driver, when the machine is rebooted, because shut down at the end of the day, machine comes back with "can not display this video mode"



    I have been told by Dell tech support that there is not a vista driver avaialble for this monitor and that they would have to serach for 3rd party driver.

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There are no drivers for difrent monitors.

But if you provide your pcs brand, name, model.
I might be able to find a videocard driver witch might fix your problem.

Oh and what videomode are you trying to use?

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  • Ekse Mar 11, 2008

    What videomode are you trying to display?


  • Ekse Mar 12, 2008

    your monitor supports most of the resolutions from 640x480 up to 1280x1024.



    The problem isnt in your monitor, it has be in your pc.



    1. Might be bad drivers

    2. Virus



    What displaymode does your pc use since 1024x768 doesnt work?

  • Ekse Mar 12, 2008

    are you sure your Video adapter is

    Intel G31/G33/Q33/Q35 Graphics Controller?

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I have a Dell E193FP Monitor. The power light is green, but the screen is blank.


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There are two cables connected at the back of the monitor. one for the power and one for the video . Make sure the one for the video is securely fitted.

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I downloaded drivers for dell E193FPp monitor. the only files in the download are 2 text docs, a setupinformation, ICC profile, and security catalog files. no .exe file. how do i install driver?


in most cases you will not need to install drivers for you monitor. These drivers are for windows XP and 2000 - so if you have a later version you should not need them.
For windows XP or 2000 you should have a readme file... if not then download the Dell drivers from
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There are seperate settings for while plugged into power and while on battery.

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Look for Graphics drivers for your particular computer. Vista drivers should work fine.

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Dell E193FP 19" LCD Monitor to work with vista


Go to Start, Control Panel, Personalize, Display Settings, Adapter, List All Modes, then select the mode you want.

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The monitor keeps going to 640 by 480 resolution. What should it be set to?


The resolution is set from the computer. Monitors will have a max resolution, but you will set it up from the display settings.
Most likely your video card or video driver is having the problem. Windows XP: Right click "My Computer" then click "properties" Click Hardware tab then "Device Manager" If you see a yellow or red mark over the video then you need to download the video driver uninstall the old one and reinstall the new one. You can the driver from the manufacturer website of your computer brand
Windows Vista: Almost the same steps Right click "Computer" then properties Click on "Device Manager"
If there are no yellow or red marks on the video device
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Just plugged a Dell E193FP monitor into my emcahine - running XP - turned it on and video display said ''cannot display this video type''


The computer is not able to communicate with the hardware properly. It can be solved installing the Video drivers (The video card drivers AND the display drivers).

Check for updates with the manufacturer of the video driver.

To determine what Video card your computer has, just right click in MY PC - MANAGE - DEVICE MANAGER and click Video, check properties.

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Will the E193FP work with my computer?


Hi,
I would suggest , check the monitor connections again. Dell flat panels are plug and play and donnot require additional drivers.
Make sure , you have not connected , both the analog (vga cable with a blue connector) and the digital (dvi cable with a white connector) to the back of your computer.
Refer to the the link below , to troubleshoot the monitor
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/monitors/E193FP/En/trouble.htm

Thanks
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Go to Start->Control Panel -> Display, Settings Tab, and turn down the resolution of your computer.

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