For the last few months I cannot update to the latest NVidia drivers
for my GeForce3-TI200 with WinXP Pro. I am using a Dell 1900FP.
After the update all of my colors are totaly wrong. Everything has a
yellow burnt look to it. If I revert back to the VGA cable all is
The last set of drivers I tried are 44.03.
Gigabyte GAVAX M/B (KT400)
1 gig ram
I need an update for my 1900 Dell ultrasharp flat panel lcd Monitor. says it is : Display 128 NVID, TI4600 also says I need update for IEE1394 softv90v
Do you see a big difference in quality between DVI and VGA? Enough to warrant discounting VGA altogether? May you should stick to the VGA cable, if it work then problem solved. Maybe it's not a driver problem? Have you tried reverting to an older driver? Nvidia (and the world for that matter has largely forgotten about the Geforce 3 graphics cards, the 9 series has been out of a few months now. nVidia only supports down to the GeForce 4 MX cards.
It could be a problem with your DVI cable or either with imaging chip on your video card or the image processing in the monitor. Also check the OSD menu of the monitor for a colour temperature setting, set it to 6300K which is the default for most applications, it could be set to much on the red side.
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English version of Microsoft Windows 2000/XP
Pentium IV 1.4GHz or AMD Athlon XP 1700+ processor or higher
256MB RAM (512MB RAM recommended)
100% DirectX 9.0c compatible 16-bit sound card and latest drivers
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Do your PC support the above hardware requirements?
The most common input no support would be your graphic card is not up to the mark to play the PC games.
Is your graphics card drivers up to date to the latest?
Have you updated your DirectX to the latest version?
It sounds like a driver/software issue. When you ran the Princeton VL173 on XP you probably had all the correct software for your video card and the correct drivers to support your video output. When you changes OS to Windows 7, the XP drivers are no longer in place. My best guess is that you need to find and install the correct drivers for your system video and for your video card that are Windows 7 compatible. The old XP drivers will not work in Windows 7.
I am running XP with a Princeton VL173. It works great. I identified the correct video drivers for my system and installed them. My video card is nVidia 8800GT. I downloaded and installed the latest software from nVidia and installed it. It runs like a champ.
Several months ago my display died. It was just blank -- black. I tried using a power supply (AC adapter) from an old HP printer that died, and it worked! The plugs were identical, and the power output profiles were very nearly identical. It has been rinnung great for many months now.
there is no driver just for vista - people are finding out that the problems with the monitors is if you are use a nvidia driver that your monitor is acting wierd - use the problem you have in search to help you resolve the monitor problems good luck -
Thank you for providing your configuration details.
You have failed to specify wheather or not your LCD Display is under Warrenty.
Perhaps these simple trouble shooting procedures will get the job done.
1. use the DVI to VGA adaptor that came with your card
Plug in a regular CRT monitor to the Primary Display Output Port using the DVI to VGA adaptor
( either port can be designated as the primary by you )
I like to use the Port nearest to the motherboard as the Primary
2. plug in the your LCD monitor on Secondary Display port using your DVI cable
At this point you should be able to see your desktop on the Primary CRT Display
3. Go to the display properties and use the Nvidia Dual Display Setup Wizard
set both desktops to CLONED at a resolution of 1024x768 and set the refresh to 60Hz
which is default for most LCD displays , some have higher refresh rates , consult your user manuel
If the display resolution and refresh are set incorrectly for your CRT or LCD you will see
Signal Out of Range ( if the display has the ability to display that error message )
At this stage both displays should be showing a Windows Desktop
If you now see your desktop on both displays , you can now put the LCD on the Primary Port
No Signal Detected ( this means the display device is not receiving a signal )
If your LCD display is still displaying the error message
"No Signal Detected" after performing the trouble shooting proceedures
You may need to read the user manuel about how to enable DVI signal input.
If you are certan you have done everything correctly but still see only "No Signal Detected"
Did you try your monitor with another output (VGA)? If not, try it. So, you have to check and make sure where the problem is (display card, monitor, or cable). Try with another cable or monitor. This way you will know where the problem is. If you don't have another monitor, try the monitor you have with build in VGA output on motherboard by taking the display card out. Thank you, Tan
Well, if you say you have the latest drivers availble from NVIDIA, have you tried updating the driver for the monitor itself?
(the device is in device manager under Monitors i believe)
Well aside from that you'll just might have to wait for an updated video card driver!
Another question, what is the max resolution that is available on your pc?