SVGA Driver

  pppc 07:38 29 Aug 2003

My daughter, who knows less about computers than I do, has recently been given an old monitor which is marked as being SVGA. It's a couple of hundred miles away so I have no information about it at all - I think it is probably 13 inch.
Is there such a thing as a generic SVGA driver; if so, can I download it and take it on a floppy or CD (she has no Net connection) and instal it without too much risk of wrecking her machine (it's important to her as she uses it as a word processor for work).

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 10:06 29 Aug 2003

If she has her windows cd it should load a generic driver off that to get it working and it should find the moniter as soon as pc is booted.


  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 10:08 29 Aug 2003

Did find this u dont know what make the monitor is so couldnt be specific but as its generic it should work ok click here

  pppc 19:22 29 Aug 2003

A Nickname She was given the computer too! No discs - os or s'ware - which is why I am nervy of fiddling with it. The driver you pointed me at is for W98 so I think i'll give it a miss.

Many thanks for responding


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