T400 Windows 7 External Monitor issues

Hello,
I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this; however its worth a shot after trying for the past 48 hours to figure this out.
I took the hard drive out of my wifes gateway laptop that had Windows 7 on it and put it in my T400.  After it booted up and all of the drivers got installed everything worked fine except the external monitor (It wont recognize it at all).  
In the device manager I am getting a code 12 for the Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family.  I have pretty much exausted all of the options I can think of and nothing seems to work.  Anyone have any ideas what this issue is or how I can resolve it to use an external monitor?  The device manager is also showing errors for PCI Serial Port and PCI Simple Communication Controller  (not sure if any of these are related to the issue)
Again, sorry if this isn't the right place for this and thanks for any help!
Thanks!
-Mike

Hi mrosenello, welcome to the forum,
my guess is that Windows installed generic drivers and not everything is 100% as it should be.  I'd like to suggest that you download, install and run ThinkVantage SystemUpdate which should hopefully then install all the correct drivers you need.
Please give it a go and let us know how you get on.
P.S. Moved to a better board
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