Question about Soyo DYLM1788 Monitor
I've spent a bit of time researching this problem for you and have come up with the following, hope it helps.
SOYO has quoted "All SOYO monitors are Plug and Play monitors. They do not require drivers to work". Recently SOYO went bankrupt so their website is now unavailable for any form of support.
What i would recommend to you would be to temporarily connect a CRT monitor (one of those big bulky monitors) to your computer, as these have a larger resolution and refresh rate capability.
Once you can see Windows 7, change the display settings to the minimum settings for your monitor (as a safe bet i'd set them to 800x600, 60Hz until you connect the LCD). Then connect your flat panel monitor again and set the display settings to an optimal level for you.
Again, i very much doubt that you will need a driver for this brand of monitor, and will be hard pressed to find one.
All the best, and i wish you luck :)
Posted on May 10, 2010
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