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Sansui HDLCD3200b Drivers for PC

I have connected a Sansui HDLCD3200b monitor to a vga cable to a Windows XP computer. I would like to install the monitor drivers so that XP knows the proper refresh and resolution rates. Does anyone know where I can download these?
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The TV has a resolution of 1366 x 768 for mine, I set the display properties to1280x768 the closest you can get to the actual 720p resolution.

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    mine is showing not suppoted what must i do?

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