Question about ViewSonic Computers & Internet
Powers on - then displays "no signal" and goes into sleep mode. When I go to desktop to change the screen resolution - it shows 3 monitors, but the ViewSonic is showing as: Generic Non-PnP Monitor but won't let me adjust it. HELP~!
Posted by Anonymous on
Search Viewsonic.com. The Windows generic driver usually works. If you have a special video driver for your Samsung, it may be interfering. Multiple monitors have to be set up through your display driver. The viewsonic should be available through the device manager.
Posted on Oct 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
for that purpose you have to insert an AGP card into AGP slot of grade 8X then you can see full resolution because the inbuilt display card does not support to high resolution
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
SOURCE: I am attempting to use
Your monitor probably runs at 60-65khz only(if not adjust the monitor to its highest khz), so make sure the res your trying to accomplish has a matching output.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
SOURCE: I am using VA1903wm LCD
Update your graphics card drivers to the newest ones available. That is typically caused by having the default windows driver for your graphics card. If it is a Nvidia gpu get the drivers from them, itf its an ATI/AMD get them from AMD Game. If it is neither of those Intel does some graphic cards, if its not an Intel one go to the computer manufacturers website and find your model to get drivers for it.
Posted on May 17, 2011
This tends to indicate that the monitor isn't conveying it's specific information to the PC. This usually happens if the driver for the video card isn't quite right or is all together wrong.
You aren't getting bi-directional communication from the VGA card (yes, they actually do RECEIVE as well as send signals).
Look to your video card driver, and make sure it's the right one for the operating system you are using, and also that it's updated.
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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