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Princeton CD770MCN 17 driver and or setup program

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Names Barrie
I have owned the above several years. new computer no drivers can't find anywere. Tried princeton got nowere. Any surgestions.

Thanks for your service

Barrie

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  • uberdude007 Nov 02, 2008

    heck man, do you still not have a driver?
    i just got one of these from my neighbor, and i can't find the touchscreen software anywhere!


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My only suggestion: responsibly recycle that 17-inch CRT, and buy a used 17-inch LCD; around here, the local "government surplus" store is selling 3-year-old 17-inch LCDs for $50, plus taxes.

If it was a "plug-and-play" monitor, then there was _NO_ need for any "drivers" at all, because the monitor would identify which combinations of horizontal/vertical pixels and refresh-rates that it would support.

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