Acer 1455

Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: Acer
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 171 KB
Operating System: Windows 98, 2000, XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.1.3 / 2007

Windows device driver information for Acer 1455

The Acer 1455 is a 14-inch CRT monitor, which has IC801 and IC804 parts and Q310 and Q602 transistors. The monitor has Acer manufactured FBT and video board, which enables proper display of images. The monitor uses a VGA adapter for signal transmission from the host PC (VGA card) to the display. The device driver is important for proper function of the monitor in any windows platform, failure to which the host PC may fail to recognize the monitor. Corrupt monitor driver may also cause display problems. When the latter happens, the user should install the monitor drivers in order to correct the problem. The monitor has a 0.28mm superfine dot pitch and auto synchronization of 15 KHz to 48 KHz. Other provisions in the monitor that appeal to the mass consumer market include the monitor's digital controls, which make adjusting the monitor display qualities easy.

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The Acer 1455, 14” monitor operates on Super VGA (SVGA), which offers 800 x 600 pixels to 1,024 x 764 pixels screen resolution. In addition, the monitor has CGA and EGA display capabilities, meaning that the monitor can accept RGB input devices from both categories. The device drivers, which are available from Acer's website, allows the monitor to work in harmony with the operating system used by the host PC and adjust itself to frequencies of input devices that a person has connected to his or her machine. The horizontal range for this monitor is 15 KHz to 48 KHz, while its vertical range is 48 KHz to 75KHz. Further capabilities include the use of Display Data Channel (DDC) in sending Extended Display ID Data (EDID). This enables the user to adjust the monitor's settings to auto adjust whenever the need to do so arises. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Acer 1455 errors before installing any driver updates.