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Driver Monitor Sansumg

Posted on 2000-02-24
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Tengo un Monitor Sansumg Modelo CVL4955
y quisiera saber donde puedo encontrar el driver actualizado para Windows 98.

Gracias por su ayuda
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by:rayt333
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I hope you can read english??
I can't find that exact model but maybe one of the others will work.

http://www.samsungelectronics.com/support/downloads/monitor/index.html
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sidou earned 300 total points
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When looking for drivers, the first step is visiting http://www.winfiles.com

there´s a complete guide for finding drivers in there.

Another solution would be using a PNP monitor driver supported by win98
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by:rayt333
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Rechace por favor la respuesta propuesta desde que él no lo señaló aún a un sitio a carga a los conductores.
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by:rayt333
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sidou
Why do you keep posting non answers as the answers?? We are here to help not post useless answers??
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by:vimes
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The only information I could find was the monitor size and frequencies,which were listed as 31.5khz horizontal,and 70hz vertical which indicates a possibly difficult to work with fixed frequency combination.
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