Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Delta Electronics
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.5 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 05 Jan 1999
The DA-1765 is a computer display monitor that connects directly to the video output port of the graphics processing card. The connection is usually done with the use of a D-sub 15-pin video cable that is capable of transmitting analog video signals. The connection of this type of hardware component is usually covered by the Plug and Play functionality of newer operating system platforms. In this instance the underlying operating system environment assigns a generic device driver to the supported hardware component allowing it to be identified as a generic Plug and Play monitor. The implementation of these types of device drivers allows the supported hardware component like the DA-1765 to perform based on the basic requirements of the host operating system platform. In most instances however, these settings are far below than what the manufacturer has designed for the computer display monitor. In the same manner any built-in functionality may remain untapped unless the appropriate device driver is installed.
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 installation of the proper device driver will allow the computer user to set the maximum resolution to 1025 by 768 pixels which is based on the manufacturer's specifications. The computer user will also be able to make use of vertical and horizontal synch rates that range from 30 to 65 KHz and 50 to 100 KHz respectively. This in turn allows for the activation of the Multisync functionality of the DA-1765 device. This means that the computer display monitor can capably synchronize with the difference vertical and horizontal frequencies covered by the video signal. Since the computer display monitor is capable of receiving analog video signals, the device driver is partly responsible for the conversion of the processed digital information to its analog counterpart. The device driver also allows the supported hardware component to effectively communicate with the other elements of the display subsystem. This feature is essential to ensuring that display related errors may be avoided or limited. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DA-1765 errors before installing any driver updates.