Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: HP
Caution Level: Safe
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 98, Windows Home Server, Windows Me, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / 18 Nov 1999

Windows device driver information for COMPAQ VGA

The COMPAQ TFT7000 Flat Panel Monitor is created and manufactured by Compaq. In general, a flat panel monitor can pertain to either a computer or television monitor that does not utilize cathode ray tube or CRT technology, but normally LCD or plasma technology. This permits the monitor to acquire a thin profile, which is how the flat panel monitor obtained its name. Because of its light weight, little footprint, clarity and digital technology, the flat panel monitor has become the monitor of selection. Flat panel monitors have lessened gradually in price while advancing in quality. Gamers and video-editing professionals tended to stay away from these monitors at first because of 'ghosting' with fast moving graphics, but this is no longer a problem. A much faster response time and enlarged viewing angle have made the flat panel monitor more famous than ever. With its clear digital picture, space-saving footprint, and ultra-light weight, the flat panel monitor is a welcome advancement over its CRT predecessor.

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The COMPAQ TFT7000 Flat Panel Monitor include a increasing number of technologies allowing video displays that are lighter and greatly thinner than conventional television and video displays that utilize cathode ray tubes, and are typically less than 4 inches (100 mm) thick. They can be separated into two universal categories which are volatile or Static. The flat panel displays balance their tinier footprint and trendy modern appearance with high production costs and in a lot of cases inferior pictures in contrast with conventional CRTs. In many applications, specifically modern portable devices such as laptops, cellular phones, and digital cameras, whatever difficulties are present are surpassed by the portability needs. Volatile displays need pixels be periodically refreshed to keep their state, even for a static picture. This refresh naturally takes place a lot of times a second. If this is not done, the pixels will regularly lose their logical state, and the picture will 'fade' from the screen. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and COMPAQ VGA errors before installing any driver updates.