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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 http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/driverdetails?driverid=r83276 Run the program and it should extract to a place on your hard drive, and once complete it should open the location with the following files
e193fp.cat, E193FP.ICM, E193FP.inf, Readme.txt and Version.txt
The Readme file gives you instructions on how to install for XP and 2000
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.
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
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
I would recommend following the dell troubleshooting guide for your monitor
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