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First the easiest way is to try to update the VGA (Display) Drivers automatically from internet. Right Click My
Computer and go to Properties - then Device Manager. Look for VGA
Display Adapters (Drivers) in the list. Right Click the Display Adaptor
and Choose update Drivers automatically. This will update the Drivers
automatically from windows update and install the latest compatible
drivers (if available).
Vaio SZ-360P is compatible with Windows Vista. Hence, there is a great
possibility the VGA Drivers for Vista would work. So, download the Vista Drivers and try them. Good Luck! Hope this helps! CreativeTECH
On both the Graphics card and the monitor, the blue connector is a 15 pin DSub VGA video and the white connector is a DVI video.
With the monitor it should default to the 15pin DSub video input.
If you want to use the DVI video input you need to configure the monitor to use the DVI video input. DVI to DVI give the best picture quality.
If you want to go from 15pin DSub to DVI you need a converter cable.
Try conviguring the monitor for a DVI video input.
Yes, they both will act independently if you choose to use it that way or they will show the same picture, one is a DVI output and the other is VGA. Use the ATI’s CATALYST software suite provides the ultimate software required to enjoy the full acceleration of your ATI Graphics Accelerator card. You can use it to separate your Primary video from your Secondary video.
Any bog standard dvi cable should work. As should a dvi to vga converter. Dvi is by far the better interface, and I would highly recommend using it, without any converters. I don't believe you can up convert vga to dvi, but you can certainly downgrade a dvi signal to vga, but i can't see why you would want to...
Hello. Your driver software was 71.6MB large. It not only included the driver software but secondary software for you to control & setup dual monitors. The package came with a HDMI connector which is used to connect the HDMI femal port to VGA port, if the monitor does not have a HDMI male port. Currently the reason you can not see your display is because the signal comming out of the video card is set to the other port on the card. Once you switch to the other port you'll have display on your monitor. Open control panel, than open display. Display Properties will open on your desktop. Click settings than click advanced. You should see another tab that reads something like, NVIDIA® nView Multi-Display Technology. (I'm guessing because I only use ATI's software) I can't load your driver software on my current system. The two cards may be different but the software is similar. This Nvidia tab is where you set up your monitor or monitors. Once in this advanced portion for your video card you can set which connector from the video card will display on what monitor. There will also be a ton of settings you can adjust, from color to 3D & other options. You must have an icon by your clock as well that allows you to open the standard display properties or the advanced display properties.