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Apache14
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I lost my driver for my w2007 monitor.

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w2007 Monitor
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When I did the last windows 10 update the driver for my monitor w2007 lost the driver. Going to device manager I am showing Generic PnP monitor.

My display using this Generic is causing my display to be to big for the screen. I am unable to change resolution for this Generic. Is there anything I can do?

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itsmyname
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@Apache14 -- within Device Mananer, double-click on the device, to see if the "roll-back the device driver" button is available.

 

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Roll Back Driver is an option in device manager for monitor but it is not an available option like driver details or driver update.

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Prométhée
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Hello
I tested the two possibilities, with or without specific drivers, Hp monitor and Acer
in both cases, with the two screens, it was not a problem

https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-20-inch-flat-panel-monitor-series/3884696/model/...
If this is your model, we see that the driver is only available under Windows 7
Maybe it is too old now for the new version, but there is no other
Try the installation and if necessary:

see all the same if you do not also need an update of your graphics driver

 


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