Question about Sansui HDLCD3200 TV
Ignorant untrue answer. Many monitors and especially older TV/Monitors of odd makers (Sansui for a FACT) are NOT plug and play and windows has no idea what resolutions it supports. Really, all you can do is go under advanced in your adapter settings and try different resolutions and refresh rates. If you can't see - quickly hit escape. Find the best one that works for your monitor.
Posted on Jan 23, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: driver for monitor
if u r using xp sp2 ,sp3 or vista no drivers r required for any monitors as such drivers r installed by windows automatically.ok next is go to divice manager and search for monitors if ur monitor has any issues it is displayed yellow.ok even if the device manager doesnt show up any issues with monitor,u can always upgrade the drivers to the drivers that came with the monitors installaion disk that may be supplied with ur system.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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