ImageQuest V770

Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: Hyundai
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.36Kb
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 98, Windows Home Server, Windows Me, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 03.5.4 / 14 Dec 2003

Windows device driver information for ImageQuest V770

The ImageQuest V770 is a CRT monitor that is created and manufactured by Hyundai Electronics. In general, a CRT monitor makes use of cathode ray tubes which pertains to the technology taking place inside the analog computer monitor. The refresh rate of CRT monitors indicates how many times per second the screen is repainted. Although the monitors vary in their capabilities, lower resolutions typically have higher refresh rates because it consumes less time to paint a lower resolution. Therefore a configuration of 800 x 600 might have a refresh rate of 85Hz, which means he screen will be repainted or refresh 85 times per second, while a resolution configuration of 1024 x 768 might have a refresh rate of 72Hz. Still higher resolutions typically have refresh rates closer to 60Hz. anything less than 60Hz is primarily considered insufficient, and some individuals will notice 'flicker' even with acceptable refresh rates. Generally speaking, high-end computer displays have higher refresh rates overall than lower-end models.

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The ImageQuest V770 is a CRT monitor. Inside a CRT monitor is a picture tube that is constricted at the rear into a bottleneck. In the bottleneck is a negative charged filament or cathode contained in a vacuum. The filament heats up and a stream or 'ray' of electrons when electric current is provided and pour off the substance into the vacuum. The negatively charged electrons are fascinated to positively charged anodes which spotlight the particles into three narrow beams, accelerating them to hit the phosphor-coated screen. Phosphor will illuminate when exposed to any type of radiation, absorbing ultraviolet light and releasing visible light of fluorescent color. Phosphors that release red, green and blue light are utilized in a color monitor, arranged as 'stripes' composed of dots of color. The three beams are utilized to excite the three colors in combinations required to produce the different hues that form the picture. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ImageQuest V770 errors before installing any driver updates.