From: Lee on 01/11/2002
Your computer should have come with paperwork! Within the paperwork, there should have been something to indicate exactly what monitor you have.
Within the paperwork, there should also be a recovery or resource disk. The driver software will be found within that disk for you to install.
If this does not work, look through your things again! I recently did the same to my home computer and had the same problem. I called tech support and they reminded me that my monitor actually had its own driver disk. All I did was installed that software and I was set. You got off lucky because I had problems loading that along with my modem driver, my sound card driver and others.
Since then, I bought Nortons Utilities with has really been a big help. With Nortons Utilities, I am able to delete unwanted files that used to be needed for software that I have uninstalled. Uninstall does not always uninstall all the files within the program you want to uninstall but Nortons Utilities will. It also comes with it's own scandisk and defrag that works much better than those found in Windows. There is so much more found in this software, but this will get you started nicely.