Tuesday, May 24, 2011


How To Install Monitor Driver For Windows 7 And Vista

Windows 7 has an extensive help system that you can use not only to get general and detailed information on how to use Windows, but also to get answers from Microsoft on specific problems that you’re experiencing. To open the Windows Help and Support window, choose Start➪Help and Support.

The Windows Help and Support window contains many anspects, out of which one thing that is useful for this session is, Browse Help Topics displays a Contents page with links to topics ranging from Getting Started to Hardware, Devices, and Drivers.

Well, now lets see how to load an monitor driver for Windows 7 And Vista. Just follow these steps to install monitor drivers in Microsoft Windows 7 and Vista:

1.Go to the Control Panel by clicking the Start button then Control Panel.

2.Click Appearance and Personalization, Personalization, then Display Settings. Now click the Advanced Settings button.

3.Now click the Monitor tab then the Properties button. Click the Diver tab then the Update Driver button. This will open the Update Driver Software window.

4.Click the Browse my computer for driver software button then click the "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer" button.

5.Click the "Have Disk…" button, this will open the "Install from disk" window.

6.Click the Browse button then navigate to the folder you extracted the monitor driver to (for example, c:\al1912drv). Select the driver file (I.E. AL1912.INF) and click Open. Then click the "OK" button. This will bring you back to the hardware wizard. Click Next again.

7.If you get a message that the driver is not has not passed Windows Logo testing click the "Continue anyway" button.

8.The driver will install now. When it's done click the "Finish" button.


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Anna Watson
July 8, 2011 at 5:32 PM delete

Microsoft seems to have realized this problem,and have thankfully made a recovery disc for this purpose.
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July 8, 2011 at 6:57 PM delete

Thank you for visiting bench3, and we are happy to see your comments here! But recovery disk have nothing to do with installation of driver. Anyway thanks for your time!