Anyway, my refresh rate was only 43 Hz, but I was managed to change it to high of 75 Hz at 1280 x 1024 on 16-bit. But if the monitors displaying ok for you why mess with it? There is a question mark and exclamation mark only for the pci simple commnications driver Last edited by reffu; October 7th, 2006 at 04:37 PM. on the back it says manufactured: then a blank space however ther is one under serial number and one int the middle of nowhere on the back of my commputer. browse this site
It's possible the monitor doesn't understand the difference between "sleep" and "standby" - a driver might fix that, but doubt you'll ever find a driver for that old a monitor compatible Outdated Monitor and Video Card Drivers? The time now is 06:15 PM. Could be a hardware or software issue, but to try and rule out software causing your video to shut down, run it in safe mode and see if the problem recurs. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/peripherals/f/3529/t/19370187
Skivvywaver, Jul 11, 2004 #5 Jedi_Master Joined: Mar 12, 2002 Messages: 5,520 Howdy folks... It should be listed as a "plug| and play" monitor. I can't get the resolution above 640by 480, it just says information out of scan range. AnonymousOct 2, 2004, 2:36 PM Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.dell (More info?)Go to Dell support download section and search for "delmon0_.exe"or try the following link:http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/format.aspx?releaseid=r13450&c=us&l=en&s=dhs&cs=19"Bubba Ho-Tep"
The screen resolution is at 1600x1200 and a refresh rate of 75 Hz. If it's an adapter, that could be the issue as well. 'Tis a poor carpenter that blames his tools. My video/graphics card driver(installed from resource disk) intel 845 g/gl integrated video Reply With Quote October 7th, 2006,04:33 PM #4 NooNoo View Profile View Forum Posts Driver Terrier Join Date Dec Win will *tell* you that it has changed the> refresh when told to do so but doesn't - as evidence telling it to refresh> at 200Hz not only doesn't make it
I've also played with the onscreen moire| > controls to no effect.| >| > I found the Dell support page for the monitor which wasn't too helpful| > other than to Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? Sorry."WSZsr"
Naturally the monitor came without software or documentation > and> I wasn't there to stop him.>> His office is configured such that he must sit within about 14" of the> monitor The Dell Trinitron 19 inch CRT color monitor device integrates the Trinitron design made by Sony. Electrons coming from the cathodes are directly targeted to a single point located at the screen’s back portion where they will be hitting the aperture grille. I've also played with the onscreen moire> controls to no effect.>> I found the Dell support page for the monitor which wasn't too helpful> other than to tell me that the
The aperture grille is a steel sheet that has vertical slots. i thought about this Click here to join today! No, create an account now. and the monitor name was "Dell D1025TM Monitor".
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. my response I purchased the monitor used and the dealer didn't have any discs or drivers for it. The fonts are small at this setup, and if I find a driver, then this monitor can do better as it was previously connected to a Dell system and the display The OS will just call it a plug and play monitor.Click to expand...
It have it set at 1280 x 1024| 85hz.|| "Bubba Ho-Tep"
Grofaz View Public Profile Find More Posts by Grofaz Grofaz's System Specs May 10, 2006, 05:45 AM #2 spyre ATI Beta Tester Join Date: Jan 2003 Location: England Posts: Did not have this problem with the old computer. I have a Dell Trinitron UltraSCan 1000Hs (model number D1025TM) and I am looking for drivers for it that are compatible with XP Home SP1.
Can you test it on another computer? It should be listed as a >> "plug>> | and play" monitor. Hopefully this will help, thanks again everyone, Walt Durothil, Jun 29, 2004 #1 Sponsor pronute Joined: Feb 12, 2003 Messages: 3,956 You don't need a driver for the monitor. The only time I've ever seen that you would need a Monitor driver, was in W98, and it was needed to change the refresh rate...
Maybe have> to specify a port or something, dunno.>> If both of you have the P1110 working fine under WinXP with (or without)> the drivers already mentioned, then I have to The best thing to do is ask on the Dell forums about the driver or contact Tech support via email. Reply With Quote 05-10-2006,01:51 PM #5 AllGamer View Profile View Forum Posts Ultimate Member Join Date Feb 2001 Posts 16,305 you don;t need drivers for monitor using "Plug n Play monitor" http://alpinedesignsmtb.com/driver-for/driver-for-dell-in1910n.php Advanced Search Forum Drivers by Category Video Adapter/Monitor Drivers Dell Trinitron d1025 drivers If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.
I found out this is because my computer treats it as a plug and play device. I just cann't find the driver at the Dell site or via Googling. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... My computer specs are as follows, (if they're needed) AMD Athlon 901Mhz, 832 MB RAM, 2 Seagate drives (40GB & 80 GB Barracuda) a Sony DVD+_RW/+_R/CD drive, Nvidia geForce 2 MX
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Can set the Monitor in WinXP SP3 up to 200Hz at 1280x1024 (specs say P1110 should handle 85Hz, so I stay with that in settings).