Category: Monitor and Video Card
Caution Level: Safe
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Operating System: Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 08/30/2006
The BenQ G2200W (Analog) is a computer display monitor that was designed to provide the computer user access to a 22-inch viewing area. This hardware component is solely responsible for rendering to the computer user all video signals received from the graphics processing card. The video adapter card sends analog video signals to the BenQ G2200W (Analog) via the 15-pin D-sub video output port. As part of the display subsystem the graphics processing card receives processed information from the underlying operating system platform or the installed software applications. These processed data are then sent as electric impulses that travel across the video cable and to the computer display monitor. Part of the role of the device driver is to make sure that the signals are properly formatted to avoid potential display errors. Essentially the device drivers of the display subsystem communicate with each other to make sure that data is properly rendered.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The computer display makes use of a Wide XGA technology which is considered as a non standard display resolution based on the XGA specifications. Basically by widening the aspect ratio of the computer display monitor a display resolution of 1366 by 768 pixels is achieved. Normally in these instances the device driver can support an aspect ration of 16:9 which is normally found in Liquid Crystal Display based television sets. These data are sent by the device driver to the other elements of the display subsystem including the underlying operating system environment. This process is done to make sure that all processed information that will be sent to the BenQ G2200W (Analog) is properly formatted. Since the computer display monitor is not equipped with a processing chip there is no way that it can compensate for any miscalculated display value. This is the reason why sometimes data does not properly render on the computer screen. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and BenQ G2200W (Analog) errors before installing any driver updates.