Did you try right clicking on the CD in explorer and choose autoplay? Or look for a setup.exe or install.exe on the CD. Do any of the folders look like they might apply to your setup? Windows? XP? Vista?
Here's what you need to do...
Thx, guys. I believe I have problem with my hardware. My laptop after couple of years of "a whole lotta shakin' goin' on" in my truck has problem reading some CD's. Finally I was able to intall those drivers, but I had to do this mannually, step by step. I did open folder "Windows 200 XP" (My laptop has Windows XP), then folder "188.8.131.529", then unzip folder "Win2000_XP_184.108.40.2069.zip", next "Win2000_XP_4.x" and finally run "Setup.exe".
Still need to make some adjustments. Sometimes pointer on the screen is not aligned with the point where I touch the screen. I have now several possibilities to set up screen resolution for both monitors but sometimes they are incompatible. For instance my "normal" resolution for a laptop's screen is 1440x900, but new monitor gives me options to set it up as a 1440x1050 or 1280x1024 or several others, but 1440x900 is not among them. But that's minor issue. Still works very well.
Now I have options to run either one of the monitors, to run both of them as a "clones", or to have either one of them as a "primary monitor". Still learning about it, but I can already recommend it to every one who need additional monitor for his laptop.