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This is a desktop running Windows 10, version 1803, with an AOC monitor. I'm trying to update a generic Windows driver from 2006 with a manufacturer's driver from 2013, but Windows keeps telling me that the best driver is already installed. When I go to Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Devices and Printers, my monitor appears as 2269W (the actual model is i2269Vw). When I check Properties, a "2269W Properties" windows opens with two tabs, General and Hardware. The General tab also shows the model as 2269, while the Hardware tab shows the Name as "Generic Pn P Monitor". The Hardware tab has its own Properties button, which brings up a "Generic Pn P Monitor Properties" window with four tabs; General, Driver, Details, and Events. The Driver tab shows the driver as a Microsoft driver dated 6/21/2006, version 10.0.17134.1. The "Driver Details" button opens a "Driver File Details" window showing the driver file as "C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\monitor.sys". In the Driver tab, only the "Driver Details" button is active; the others, including "Update Driver", are grayed out. However, when I go back to the "Generic Pn P Monitor Properties" window, the General tab has a "Change settings" button, which also brings up a "Generic Pn P Monitor Properties" window, but on this one the buttons are active, including "Update Driver", except for the "Roll Back Driver" button. When I select "Update Driver", a window opens offering the choice between searching automatically for updated driver software, or browsing my computer. When I select browsing, navigate to the folder where I've downloaded and extracted the driver file for this monitor from the AOC website, and select "Next", a window opens telling me that "The best drivers for your device are already installed", with the options to either search for updated drivers on Windows Update, or close. (My Windows 10 is fully up-to-date.) I have a hard time believing that a generic Windows driver from 2006 is better than a manufacturer's driver from 2013, but can't find any way to install the AOC driver. I though about deleting the file and copying the manufacturer's *and *files into the DRIVERS folder, but am hesitant because there are no other files of either format in that folder. This is a desktop running Windows 10, version 1803, with an AOC monitor. I'm trying to update a generic Windows driver from 2006 with a manufacturer's driver from 2013, but Windows keeps telling me that the best driver is already installed. When I go to Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Devices and Printers, my monitor appears as 2269W (the actual model is i2269Vw). When I check Properties, a "2269W Properties" windows opens with two tabs, General and Hardware. The General tab also shows the model as 2269, while the Hardware tab shows the Name as "Generic Pn P Monitor". The Hardware tab has its own Properties button, which brings up a "Generic Pn P Monitor Properties" window with four tabs; General, Driver, Details, and Events. The Driver tab shows the driver as a Microsoft driver dated 6/21/2006, version 10.0.17134.1. The "Driver Details" button opens a "Driver File Details" window showing the driver file as "C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\monitor.sys". In the Driver tab, only the "Driver Details" button is active; the others, including "Update Driver", are grayed out. However, when I go back to the "Generic Pn P Monitor Properties" window, the General tab has a "Change settings" button, which also brings up a "Generic Pn P Monitor Properties" window, but on this one the buttons are active, including "Update Driver", except for the "Roll Back Driver" button. When I select "Update Driver", a window opens offering the choice between searching automatically for updated driver software, or browsing my computer. When I select browsing, navigate to the folder where I've downloaded and extracted the driver file for this monitor from the AOC website, and select "Next", a window opens telling me that "The best drivers for your device are already installed", with the options to either search for updated drivers on Windows Update, or close. (My Windows 10 is fully up-to-date.) I have a hard time believing that a generic Windows driver from 2006 is better than a manufacturer's driver from 2013, but can't find any way to install the AOC driver. I though about deleting the file and copying the manufacturer's *and *files into the DRIVERS folder, but am hesitant because there are no other files of either format in that folder.

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