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DRIVER for Fujitsu LCD Monitor SCALEOVIEW L19W-9

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  • Graphics Cards
  • LCD Monitor
  • Fujitsu
  • Scaleoview
  • Graphics
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December 30, 2012 10:53:09 PM

Hi
does anyone know where I can find or use suitable driver for above ?

I have XP and 5450 card.

the best I can do is 1280x1024 .full screen

1400x1050 is out of frequency.

1440x900 is the best setting ,, but has a black margin down left side, so must be the driver .

Fujitsu website isn't showing driver download and this display is still selling .

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a b U Graphics card
December 30, 2012 10:55:00 PM

You don't ever need monitor drivers, are your video drivers installed properly?

http://monitors.tech-specs.com/fujitsu-siemens-scaleovi...


1400x900 is the max resolution of the monitor, so you're not going to get 1400x1050.

Trying 1400x900 then increasing the refresh rate in the advanced video properties.
December 30, 2012 10:59:37 PM

getochkn said:
You don't ever need monitor drivers, are your video drivers installed properly?

http://monitors.tech-specs.com/fujitsu-siemens-scaleovi...


1400x900 is the max resolution of the monitor, so you're not going to get 1400x1050.

Trying 1400x900 then increasing the refresh rate in the advanced video properties.



oops,, ok,, You mean the graphics card driver? yeah, should be installed, said it was on screen.

So, will this work better if it's connected to HDMI 32 inch TV ?

sorry, don't understand all the resolution and fps stuff .
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December 30, 2012 11:33:38 PM

just to say i did as you said.
I've got full screen on 1400 x 900 and 75Hz now.

Is it all controlled from the graphic card setting box now, rather than control panel and display settings?
I got confused as the 2 don't seem to match.





a b U Graphics card
December 31, 2012 12:18:15 AM

blue_orpheus said:
just to say i did as you said.
I've got full screen on 1400 x 900 and 75Hz now.

Is it all controlled from the graphic card setting box now, rather than control panel and display settings?
I got confused as the 2 don't seem to match.


Good stuff. Least you got it working. I'll take a best answer.
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