Whether this made a difference in how my monitor performed, I dont know, but at least, it, along with all the other hardware I had bought, I felt, was at least being recognized by the computer for being the expensive component that it is and not just generic ‘Plug and Play’ device. Your name or email address: So, maybe they are only for x32 XP and Oct 26, 8. Yes, my password is:
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Dell 2005FPW x64 driver?
RawsonDROct 27, Is there a x64 driver for the FPW? Oct 26, 3. So, maybe they are only for x32 XP and Yeah, I would also like 64bit drivers for my LCD.
Oct 26, 8. Mike ArmstrongOct 26, 2005tpw BurpyOct 26, Has anyone tried contacting dell about releasing x64 drivers? Your name or email address: Mike ArmstrongOct 27, The only thing that monitor drivers do is tell your video card what resolutions it can run at and what refresh rates.
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Dell FPW x64 driver? That’s not to say they’re not out there, I just didn’t find them.
It’s my understanding it’s best to use your monitors specific driver rather than the generic driver supplied with XP’s CD. Oct 26, 1. Previously, when I depl a Viewsonic monitor, the Device Manager showed my monitor as just a crappy generic ‘Plug and Play’ device, all my other devices are recognized as functioning as what they are ie.
See here read posts 1 and 4. You could probably edit the Plug ‘n Play driver to display the name of your monitor for a similar effect. Forums Search Forums Recent Posts. Oct 27, 9.
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Oct 28, J’TokOct 26, From what I understand, you could recompile existing 32bit drivers into 64bit ones, but that requires much more technical knowledge than the average joe tends to have.
I don’t think they work for x64, atleast the readme 200fpw list XP I took a quick look around, dll I didn’t see any drivers. This only works in the case that the driver, while compiled for 32bit, doesn’t contain any code that isn’t also supported in 64 bit. Oct 26, 6. Purely psychological I’m sure, but I like seeing all my components listed as functioning devices in my PC. Log in or Sign up.
Discussion in ‘ Displays ‘ started by Mike ArmstrongOct 26, Oct 26, 7. After installing my monitors specific driver, downloaded from Viewsonics website, it then showed my monitor as being what it was, a Viewsonic VX The only reason you should get manufacturer drivers are if windows for some reason doesnt detect the correct resolutions and yet again sometimes this will be because of gpu drivers and not monitor.
It is possible to modify your drivers so that, while not actually being compiled for 64 bit, they will pretend that they were.