You’ve recently installed a new large LCD monitor on your computer, but you’ve found that Windows won’t increase the display resolution. When you look at Device Manager, you see that the display is listed as “Generic VGA.” What of these is the most likely cause of this issue?
A) The monitor is not identifying itself properly to the Windows OS
B) The LCD monitor driver is not loaded
C) The computer’s video adapter is not compatible with the LCD display
D) The LCD display only supports generic VGA resolutions
E) You saved a few dollars by purchasing generics