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my old monitor went broken so my dad gotted me a new one , an old to but its work so i dont care , but i dont know what monitor it is .. my dad says its a toshiba but i dont know and when i dont know i cant download drivers for it , so is there any program that could show me what kind of monitor igot ?
 

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hello!

my old monitor went broken so my dad gotted me a new one , an old to but its work so i dont care , but i dont know what monitor it is .. my dad says its a toshiba but i dont know and when i dont know i cant download drivers for it , so is there any program that could show me what kind of monitor igot ?
Monitors are plug & play...
 

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yea i know that but i mean .. if i could know the monitor modell then i could just download drivers for it and get more information about it
 

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look at the sticker on the back - thatll give you at least the brand. Then go to the site and look for the right one
 

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yea i know that but i mean .. if i could know the monitor modell then i could just download drivers for it and get more information about it
Monitors dont usually have drivers, unless they have some special features, (like the philips monitors which twist to portrait view) and if you say its an old one then i doubt it will need drivers. As for information, The_Jester has the right idea
 
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