C7G

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Tatung
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 217.5 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 21 Jun 2000

Windows device driver information for C7G

The C7G is a type of Cathode Ray Tube based computer display monitor that is capable of accepting analog video signals from the corresponding graphics processing card. This hardware component belongs to a class of output devices that is generally classified under the display subsystem of the host computer system. In general these types of hardware components remain as the primary output device of virtually every type of computer system that needs to render processed information to the computer user. These types of computer display monitors require continuous electrical signals or sometimes referred to as waves which is why they make use of analog connections. This is in comparison to the zeros and ones that are represented as pulses in digital computer display monitors. The device driver also supports the digital to analog data conversion format that is required to properly render information to the computer user.

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The computer display monitor works in conjunction with the video adapter card which is equipped with an onboard processing chip and a dedicated memory module for handling graphics related data. Once the data has been converted to its analog format it is sent to the computer display monitor using the attached video cable. The connection is made possible by a conventional 15-pin D-sub connector that plugs directly into the back panel of both the graphics processing card and the computer display monitor. The connector is basically composed of three separate lines to represent the colors Red, Green, and Blue accordingly. Two additional lines are added to represent the horizontal and the vertical sync signals respectively. The separation of the signals is primarily the reason why computer display monitors have more pixels compared to a conventional television set. The inability of this connection to host digital signals led to the introduction of the Digital Video Interface. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and C7G errors before installing any driver updates.