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Re-loaded my xp os, can't get my monitor back to 1280x1024, can't seem to find a driver on line... also have lost my speakers somehow?

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You need to install the correct video card driver and sound card driver when you reinstall the XP, it is using Microsoft generic vidoe card driver right now, and it did not install the sound card driver either.

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Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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  • gwscofield16 Oct 12, 2010

    thanks Guru, i figured that much out on my own. there does not seem to be a driver available online for an SVA VR-17S monitor... also have no idea what sound card it wants either. hoping that someone else has already 'fixed' this same issue and can direct me to the correct drivers to download/install.

  • Bud Martin
    Bud Martin Oct 12, 2010

    You do not really need the monitor driver (otherwise I would have gone crazy installing all the drivers for all the monitors I work on into my PC) but you do need correct drivers for the video card and the sound card. What is the make and model of your PC or the mother board?

  • gwscofield16 Oct 12, 2010

    ahh... well, i have an HP Pavilion 753n. i didn't know how to query the computer to ask what its video and sound cards were.

  • Bud Martin
    Bud Martin Oct 12, 2010

    This what I get when I go to HP website support page: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softw...

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