Category: Monitor and Video Card
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 339.7 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / 03 Jul 2001
Colorgraphic EG2040 is a 19 inch monitor. This monitor model is a Vari-Sync EGA monitor used for IBM PC XTs, ATs and other compatibles. This monitor adjusts to a scan rate of 21.8 to 33 mhz. It offers resolutions of 640 x 350 to 640 to 480 pixels. This monitor is a product manufactured by Colorgraphics Communications Corporations - a leading designer and manufacturer of Multiscreen Video adapters and PC industry solutions. The company has its headquarters in Antlanta, Georgia in the US. This company is a 20+ year old private corporation that also manufactures desktop video products and solutions. They also manufactured PCMCIA Video Adapters that comply with the Type II standards as well as Handheld PCs and Voyager VGA. The newest product of this company is the Voyager VGA designed specifically for CompactFlash. Its years of experience make it one of the world’s leaders in PC solutions.
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 Colorgraphic EG2040 driver comes in a 339.7 KB software package that was made available to consumers since July 3, 2001. The software package supports both Windows 95 and Windows 98 operating systems. This package also supports the following driver models: 2116-B2N, PROOFSCREEN miroC2085 E, PROOFSCREEN miroC1782, Laptop Display Panel (1024x768), Super VGA 800x600 and Standard VGA 640x480. Monitor drivers are required in order to establish a connection between the specific monitor supported by the driver and the computer that the monitor is connected to. In addition, the driver has to be compatible with the operating system of the computer in order to avoid any issues. With the help of the monitor driver, the monitor can be used by the computer in order to display images it generates. Monitors allow users to see a graphical display of every computer application being run on the system. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Colorgraphic EG2040 errors before installing any driver updates.