Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Packard Bell
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 429826 Bytes
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.0.0 / 26 Feb 2001
The driver for this 19 inch CRT (cathode ray tube) monitor is responsible for making sure that an operating system will be able to accurately identify the presence of its supported monitor device once it is attached to the computer. It likewise serves as a communication channel for the Packard Bell PnP C910 monitor device, the operating system and the applications requiring the functions of its supported monitor device. Although this monitor device is classified as a 19 inch CRT monitor, its actual viewable size is only around 18 inches. It has a 0.25 mm dot pitch and a viewable surface treatment made of anti-reflection, anti-static, anti-glare and advanced AGRAS coating. This CRT monitor’s maximum display resolution is 1600 X 1200 at 75 hertz with a recommended display resolution of 1280 X 1024 at 85 hertz. It has an unlimited display color, synchronization of H.V. composite and H/ V separate (TTL), and a signal level of analog 75 ohms / 0.7 Vpp.
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 signal connector of the Packard Bell PnP C910 19 inch CRT monitor display is 15 pin mini sub-D PC99 detachable, 1.5 m, 5 BNC ( V-SYNC, H+V SYNC/H-SYNC, R,G,B) and its frequency is at over 202 megahertz of video bandwidth, 50 to 100 hertz of vertical scan and 30 to 95 hertz of horizontal scan. This monitor device’s full display size is 366 X 275 millimeters and nominal display size is 350 X 260 millimeters. It has a brightness of complete white > 100 Cd/m2, uniformity of 70%, linearity of 5%, misconvergence of 0.45 for the corner and 0.30 mm for the center, and geometry distortion of 2 mm. The Packard Bell PnP C910 CRT monitor display also has buttons and controls that can be easily accessed by users for adjusting the device’s configuration settings. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Packard Bell PnP C910 errors before installing any driver updates.