Hp 2009M Monitor Driver Windows 10 [WORK]
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Download the latest and official version of drivers for HP 2009m 20-inch Diagonal HD Ready LCD Monitor. This driver package is available for 32 and 64 bit PCs. It is compatible with the following operating Systems: Windows 10 (32-bit), Windows 10 (64-bit), Windows 10 IoT (32-bit), Windows 10 IoT (64-bit), Windows 8.1 (32-bit), Windows 8.1 (64-bit), Windows 8 (32-bit), Windows 8 (64-bit), Windows 7 (32-bit), Windows 7 (64-bit), Windows Vista (32-bit), Windows Vista (64-bit), Windows XP (32-bit), Windows XP (64-bit), Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry (32-bit), Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry (64-bit). Don't worry if you don't know what's your operating system. HP website will automatically detect your device and select the best installer for your OS.
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My system was working fine and display resolution was fine until suddenly the resolution changed and the desktop is stretched. Went into Display Settings and there are only three choices: 1280x1024, 1024x768 (recommended), and 800x600. None of these settings are acceptable. Display says optimal setting is 1600x900, 60Hz. But this is not an available choice (I believe this is what it was set to before the unknown event). I went into the display adapter properties and 64 Hz rate is the only choice. Under "List All Modes", the optimal is not available although there are many other choices that either do not work or are no better. My monitor and adapter drivers are up to date. System is HP Pavilion p6331p-b desktop, Windows 10, HP 2009m monitor.
Some time back I got a new desktop computer. When I got this computer I was able to repurpose the HP 2009m monitor that I was using with my previous desktop by connecting it to my new tower via a VGA to HDMI adapter. Overall, the monitor continues to work well but when I was going through some of my old records I discovered a CD for the monitor that I would have gotten at the time of it's purchase (presumably sometime in 2009) that contains some manuals for the monitor as well as some drivers. Thus, I am inquiring if installing these drivers off of this disc would offer this monitor any benefit at this point? I have some apprehension with doing so without getting some sort of feedback first as sometime back I would have uploaded a firmware update to a Samsung TV I had via thumb drive only to watch it croak shortly thereafter. Of course, I cannot say with complete certainty that the firmware update was what killed the television but the TV was probably close to eleven years old when I elected to try to install the firmware update that I got off the Samsung website. It was also working just fine prior to that. I should probably also admit that I never made use of this disc with my monitor when I got initially: it must have been something that I overlooked at that time.
Thank you for getting back to me. I do still have the copy of the "LCD Monitors and Software Documentation" disc that I would have gotten with the monitor when I purchased it. It seems that drivers can be uploaded from this disc. Are those the same drivers you included in your reply? If so I might just want to try the disc instead.
You mention that installing the driver will "make the monitor appear as it should". Could you elaborate on what you mean be that? I don't want to run the risk of damaging my monitor (as it working just fine right now} so if this has the potential to do more harm than good maybe the update should just be ignored?
The only reason you would want to install the driver is if the monitor is labeled as a Generic PnP Monitor in the device manager instead of the name of the monitor which according to the driver would be HP 2009 Series Wide LCD Monitor.
Would there be any real benefit to changing it so that it's recognized as "HP 2009 Series Wide LCD Monitor" as you suggested? If not, I might be more inclined to leave it alone as it is working fine from what I can tell and I was able to save on the expense of having to purchase a new monitor for my new computer by repurposing this one. I wouldn't want to mess that up at this point by trying to install a driver that is over ten years old.
I am vague on memory on what needs to be done but the problem is in the monitor INF that windows generates automaticall where it is looking for vga instead of DMI because I have an onboar vga port. Even though an external DMI card is installed which automatically disables the onboard VGA port, windows is still looking for VGA.
The trick was a process of uninstalling the monitor entry in device manager and be sure delete the driver too when prompted then let the system boot to write a new monitor INF. But there was a specific procedure to follow to get this to work. Once I figure it out, I wil post to this forum.
I have an iMac and HP 2009m monitor. I just installed the mini DVI cable to VGA from imac to HP monitor. I didn't have to make any change on Mac side every thing is working perfectly. On Windows 7 I was having some issue where I have the duplicate image and could really use the mouse interdependently from a monitor to the other. Here is the solution:
Go into device manager, uninstall the two monitor entries and also check box to delete the driver which will appear after uninstalling the first monitor entry. Once both monitors are uninstalled the monitor entry in device manager is gone. 2b1af7f3a8