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LCD Monitor loses resolution settings

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Old 08-09-2007
Steve P
 

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LCD Monitor loses resolution settings
I recently purchased a new Acer CPU with Vista Home Premium.I believe I have
a driver problem with regards to my monitor.Windows only recognizes it as a
generic monitor.There are no drivers at the monitors website.It is a MAG
Innovision LT716.I have tried everything I can think of but I keep getting
Temp "Blackouts" where my monitor goes black then comes back and quite often
I will lose my resolution settings and have to keep resetting them!
Any Help would be Greatly appreciated.
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Old 08-09-2007
Cal Bear '66
 

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Re: LCD Monitor loses resolution settings
Have you updated your video adapter drivers?

My monitor is also recognized as a generic monitor by Device Manager but the
nVidia control panel correctly recognizes the exact manufacturer and model
number.

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"Steve P" <SteveP@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I recently purchased a new Acer CPU with Vista Home Premium.I believe I have
> a driver problem with regards to my monitor.Windows only recognizes it as a
> generic monitor.There are no drivers at the monitors website.It is a MAG
> Innovision LT716.I have tried everything I can think of but I keep getting
> Temp "Blackouts" where my monitor goes black then comes back and quite often
> I will lose my resolution settings and have to keep resetting them!
> Any Help would be Greatly appreciated.
> --
> Steve P



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