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Toshiba Internal 1024x768 panel Driver help


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darkcrimson

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Hello,
I appear to really need a driver for the Toshiba Internal 1024x768 panel(the monitor).
Without it, thet color just doesn't seem right. Please help!!! :whistling:
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Hi darkcrimson!

Is what you are referring to the screen on a laptop or an LCD monitor attached to a desktop?

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Oh, It is actually the screen to the laptop. forgot to mention that... :whistling:
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You don't need drivers for laptop monitors. What you normally need are video card drivers. What problem are you having? Are you not allowed to change the resolutionto to anything higher then 640-480 or what?

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Look here for the correct video drivers for your model toshiba laptop.

http://209.167.114.3.../ln_byModel.asp

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Hey thanks
The Trident Cyber9525DVD Display Driver worked perfectly thanks!, But somehow when I start up, why does the screen appear smaller than the resolution I've set in the windows. Like when I go into dos mode.
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It is normal for the pre-Windows image on the screen to be smaller then the size of the screen. As long as when you get to Windows everything looks fine, you're good to go.

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