ARRRGH... Am i needing a driver or a new monitor? Tags: Tuner Cards Graphics Last response: April 6, 2009 12:11 AM in Graphics & Displays Share Chronobodi March 27, 2009 5:51:24 PM Alright... here's how it's set up... my GTX 260 (Nvidia Drivers already installed) is connected to my Toshiba LCD TV by DVI/VGA adapter... now, the display settings show up as "Generic Non-PnP" And, i can play Crysis, CounterStrike Source, etc., just fine with that. HOWEVER, I CAN't play Farcry 2 and L4D! MY tv goes "unsupported video signal" and there's sound, but no video, and i have to reset the computer... Is there a driver out there that can save a poor wretch like me? or do i have to sell my soul for a decent monitor? More about : arrrgh needing driver monitor rav3n April 6, 2009 12:11:12 AM Your game is probably running at a resolution that isn't supported by your tv. Change it to the tv's native resolution and it should work fine Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumArrrgh Tone from speakers driving me insane!! ForumArrrgh - after over 2 years - still problems! :( ForumTablet PC, too many choices, ARRRGH !!!!!!!!!! Forumarrrgh -- can't win rise of rome scenario Forum$3000 photo editing and gaming machine.Advice Improvements or swapouts ForumCold boot start, stop, start problem ForumVista-stable med-hi AGP cards by Nvidia (not ATI :evil: ) ForumA7N8X Problems galore! ForumFirst build and extra money: What should I upgrade? ForumAtlantic get together! ForumNeeding help on my build. $350 budget. (Still need help 1/10/13) ForumHow can I read files on LaCie Drive using Linux ForumLCD Monitor cause BSOD error involving nvidia driver ...? ForumA7V133 unstable at 133 ForumCan I use this ram with my xps 710 Forum9600 color problems ForumA7n8x/Nforce-2 bug – Verified!!! Forum1Gb vs 2Gb graphics ForumK7n2gm2 no monitor display ForumWhich Monitor? More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !