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Supported Models

TRL1201/C-770/770C Driver


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Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98

File Name

TRL1201_CRT_monitordriver770C.inf (2.4 KB)


11/18/2011, (18-Nov-2011)

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Uploader Notes

TRL1201/C-770/770C CRT monitor driver created with EnTech MonInfo CRT driver tool.The tool reads the data from within the CRT itself and then the tool provides for saving the data as an .inf. I had searched long and far for a proper driver for this CRT and the WinXp generic drivers would not work with this monitor properly. I can verify this driver inf works with WinXp Pro Sp3 x86(means32bit). Per MonInfo, the driver should also work with 64bit OS.

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Jay Buff (DG Member) on 18-Nov-2011

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