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monitor issue

by texaskoala / September 8, 2014 1:57 AM PDT

I have a Gateway TFT LCD monitor FPD2275W. It working fine except I have this box right in the middle that says NO SIGNAL and under it Red Green and Blue squares. can't move it.

I went to Gateway site and I guess the monitor is too old, they don't show a driver for it. Any suggestions besides get a new monitor?

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Try the other input.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 8, 2014 2:08 AM PDT
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I see this is VGA as well as DVI so try the other input. Sorry if I don't tell you how to operate or switch inputs as you've had this for so many years.
Bob

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Monitors don't have drivers
by Jimmy Greystone / September 8, 2014 9:59 AM PDT
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Monitors don't have drivers. If you see a "driver" for a monitor it's probably just a color profile or it's really for an embedded webcam, not the monitor. For all intents and purposes, monitors just blindly display whatever the video card tells them to.

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IPS LED DisplayPort Monitor
by ThomasHill21 / September 9, 2014 7:13 PM PDT

Hi , Jimmy

Right. You are saying right. Display problems are among the most common difficulties people have when upgrading either Windows or their computers.

Thanks jimmy.. nice information

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