I decided to reboot my computer after being infected with a lot of viruses. In addition to learning about the value of backing up my data, docs., pictures, etc. the hard way, I have had some trouble setting things up again. I've actually got to the point where I'm down to one last task. I have a Acer 22" LCD Monitor, which since I have rebuilt and recovered, is not displaying at its true resolution, but rather, like a monitor for Windows 95. It came with a CD which I ran, but that is doing anything. I also tried going to Acer's site and downloading a driver for this model. Oddly, the site says that the driver associated with my model (Acer Model No. AL2223W) is for Vista, whereas on this computer I run XP. I have read about downloading a "chipset" to restore my monitor to where it used to be. Any guidance on how to get it back to where it was? When I installed it out of the box, it worked fine. Thanks!