Posted 04 April 2007 - 07:31 AM
Vista's very similar to XP (why write a new OS from the ground up when you can use the stuff that works already?) so the options for the display are located in similar (although not identical) locations.
I get this most often at work when a cable is not properly connected. Check the pins on the monitor, the cable, and the PC to make sure that none of them are bent. Another common cause is that the cable isn't fully seated. Double check that after checking the pins.
Finally, I think that monitors are getting more sophisticated and that drivers for monitors are becoming more common (and, as such, will be required to properly display your screen). Try the video card drivers and the monitor drivers.
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