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Not sure what your problem is but a monitor driver probably won't fix it.
However, a "video" (a.k.a. "graphics") driver will probably help.
The ability of a monitor to provide its highest resolution is dependent on the video adapter's capabilities.
Therefore, if you can't get a high resolution or color depth you either have a weak video adapter or you drivers are not installed.
First look at your computer and figure out who made it and what model it is and check their website for video drivers.
If you cannot find it then you may have an aftermarket video adapter. You need to open your computer case (MAKE SURE IT IS OFF) and examine the video card. The video card is the one that your monitor cable is plugged into.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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