Fora, Inc. MON-7C5

Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: Fora, Inc
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 7.30 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, 98, NT, XP, Vista and ME
Latest Version / Release Date: 1999_09_15 / 1999

Windows device driver information for Fora, Inc. MON-7C5

The Fora, Inc. Mon-7C5 monitor has horizontal frequencies ranging from 15.0 KHz to 36.0 Khz. The vertical frequencies of the monitor range from 45.0 Hertz to 90.0 Hertz. The driver of the Fora Mon-7C5 is manufactured by Fora Inc, specifically for use in the corresponding monitor. The monitor can be used in Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 2007, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows ME. Upon connecting the monitor to the host machine, the system will automatically recognize the display as a new hardware device. To ensure proper functioning of the monitor, the user must install the device driver, which communicates the functions and capabilities of the monitor to the operating system on the host machine hence enabling proper functions between the two. The driver installation also allows the user to configure the monitor according to his/her preferences.

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The Mon-7C5 monitor manufactured by Fora, Inc. operates on 800 x 600 to 1,024 x 764 pixels (screen resolution). The monitor is compatible with RGB input devices, which can handle input devices with both EGA and CGA display capabilities. The device driver is usually provided by the manufacturer on an installation CD on purchase. The same can however be downloaded from the official manufacturer website. The driver enables harmonious operations between the monitor and the operating system. The latter is able to adjust display frequencies on all input devices connected to the system to match what the monitor can handle. The Mon-7C5 monitor can send Display Identity Data (EDID) by using the inbuilt display data channel. The user can also configure the monitor to auto-adjust mode, which enables the monitor to adjust to the different display modes. The monitor's quality is further enhanced by the dynamic focus, which gives it high quality images. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Fora, Inc. MON-7C5 errors before installing any driver updates.