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Monitor nor driver acknowledged

Re-installed Windows XP due to other issues, and after the completion of the re-installation the display settings were way off. No monitor is listed in the device manager area and when I try and go thru display advanced>monitor>, etc, to update drivers (I did find the driver at DELL), but the properties button is unclickable. Anyone?

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  • Tufnel May 26, 2008

    I have the same problem, but I can't move the screen resolution slider bar or adjust any other settings. My computer's stuck at 640X480 with 16 colors.

  • anson600 Aug 21, 2008

    I reformated my Dell computer with Windows XP.

    The monitor is stuck at the low resolution. The Display adjustments are "frozen", I am unable to move the resolution slide to a higher number.

    In the "Advanced" mode, I click on the "Monitor" tab and see a "default montior" icon. The "Properties" icon is disabled and I can not install the required drivers for my monitor. Any suggestions?

  • donaldprodie Oct 16, 2008

    monitor working perfectly then not acknowledged by computer after a windows xp re-instalation

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If you just want to adjust the display settings so that they are more to your liking go to Control Panel and open Display. When the Display Properties box opens click on the settings tab. Use the slider bar in Screen Resolution to adjust to 1024x768 or whatever resolution your monitor displays best at. To the right use the pull down arrow to select the highest color quality you can select. Then click on the Advanced button on the bottom left and you should see a Monitor tab. Click on that and ensure your refresh rate is 60 Hertz. Save your settings, accept the change confirmation when it appears and your monitor should be good to go. I have about 90 Dell LCDs and the default Windows drivers for the LCDs usually work great.

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