Acer Al2216w Driver Download Install Update
I have just had a new work laptop, a HP B. It has an intel X graphics chip in it. The first time I did this the laptop displayed at the screens native resolution of x When I came to plug in the screen yesterday, I am unable to output to x I have tried everything I can think of. I have installed old drivers for my card, removed them and installed newer ones.
I have also tried the drivers for the monitor but am unable to unlock the x resolution of my monitor. I am currently using the drivers that came with windows update, so I assume these to be the latest.
I am running Vista Business 32bit. I have the exact same laptop nice, isn't it though I'm running XP Pro on it. I'm using only the Intel-supplied drivers for chipset and graphics. Everything works fine with my Samsung BW x Did you do the Windows Update after the fist time you connected the monitor?
There were bugs in some versions of the drivers that prevented the EDID settings from being read correctly from the monitor on both XP and Vista. I suspect that Windows has installed one of those versions on your laptop. I would strongly advise installing the latest Vista drivers downloaded from Intel don't download from HP- they are very slow in updating their drivers - the latest XP ones are about 4 versions behind You may need to install the Intel-supplied chipset drivers as well - I know that if you install the Dell-supplied chipset drivers on a Dell laptop, you can't install the Intel-supplied graphics drivers, but I didn't try it with the HP-supplied chipset drivers.
Even better - XP runs really well on this laptop - I think you'll get much better performance if you upgrade from Vista to XP BTW, I'd be interested whether you have any blurriness or ghosting on your monitor at x once you get it working. The X digital-analog-converter isn't the best, but the BW analog-digital-converter almost compensates I get the slightest ghosting and would be interested in hearing how other monitors fare with it. The monitor has the x resolution, but will not no matter what I do, display at x I cant even enable the 'List unavailable modes' in the graphics properties.
I then moved on to windows XP, booted from the cd and when it came to the install it was telling me that it could not find my hard disk. I changed the disk, same error. I tried media center and 2k As you can imagine im getting very annoyed: The text-mode drivers are here: Use a tool like nLite to integrate them: Connect digital my Samsung BW, working in x mode, but it flicker all the time, colored lines appearing and more. I tried Analog connection, same problem. I tried lower resolution, less problems but the actal setup of the monitor is wrong.
Skip to main content. Hi, This is my first post and I am hoping that somebody can help me with my problem. Please, can anybody help me!!!! Thanks in advance, Matthew. For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.
Log in to post comments. Hi tcdelaney, Yes this is a brilliant laptop, a replacement for my stolen Dell So know I am back to vista buisness, with the monitor currently running at x I am in despirate need of help. Its not effecting my work, but its damn annoying! Matthew, Luckily we've dealt with your monitor before.
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Acer AL2216W Drivers
I have just had a new work laptop, a HP B. It has an intel X graphics chip in it. The first time I did this the laptop displayed at the screens native resolution of x When I came to plug in the screen yesterday, I am unable to output to x I have tried everything I can think of. I have installed old drivers for my card, removed them and installed newer ones. I have also tried the drivers for the monitor but am unable to unlock the x resolution of my monitor. I am currently using the drivers that came with windows update, so I assume these to be the latest.
X3100 with external ACER AL2216W @ 1680x1050