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Open Source Guide (ver.1.0)
Apr 5, 2010 ENGLISH 0.3 pdf Email
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Oct 25, 2009 ENGLISH 2.14 pdf Email
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Open Source Guide (ver.1.0)
Jan 18, 2010 ENGLISH 0.85 pdf Email
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Oct 25, 2009 SPANISH 2.07 pdf Email
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  1. Title Monitor Driver
  2. Applicable Model SyncMaster P2770HD
  3. Carrier or Corporate Customer Open Market
  4. Description If you have trouble for setting up the Monitor under Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/X64/Vista/Vista64, this program will help you to install Windows Monitor Driver. You can install the most suitable Windows driver for your monitor.System Requirements : Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/X64/Vista/Vista64/Win7/Win764
Win 98/ME/2K/XP/X64/Vista/Vista 64/Win7/Win7 64 Oct 14, 2009 MULTI LANGUAGE 0.05 exe

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  • When Turned On The Monitor Gradually Brightens Until Max Brightness Is Reached

    If your monitor gradually brightens over time when first turned on, this may be an issue with the monitor's backlight or with your graphics card. To determine what is causing this issue, follow the steps for performing a Self Test below: Power off both your computer and your monitor. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Perform An Auto Adjustment

    Important: If you are using the Digital (DVI) connection on your LCD monitor, Auto Adjust will not work. Instead, you adjust the image through the Windows Display Properties or through the Advance Settings provided with your graphics card. For information on accessing the Advance Settings of [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Set Your Monitor To The Native Resolution In Windows Vista

    If your image is flickering when turned on, the monitor may be set to an incorrect resolution. Set your monitor to the native resolution. If you don't know the native resolution of your monitor, click here to visit the Download Center and download your users manual. To Set The Native [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Monitor Stops Powering On, But Previously Worked

    If your monitor stops powering on, try performing the following steps to resolve the issue: Check that the power cord is still firmly connected to the back of the monitor and to the outlet. Plug another device into the outlet to make sure it is still receiving power. If you are using a [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Power LED Is Blinking But No Images Appear On The Screen

    If the power LED is Blinking but nothing appears on the display, it could be a settings issue within the computer, or the monitor could need to be serviced. Look at the bottom of this article for a link to the instructions on a Monitor Self-test; as these are the first steps of the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Set Your Monitor To The Native Resolution

    Select your OS from the options below: [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Monitor Does Not Turn On

    Check For A Switch On The Back Of The Monitor Important: Not all monitors have a power switch, the picture below is a depiction of those monitors that do have a power switch on the back. Your monitor may not have this feature. If your monitor does not have this feature, scroll down to Check [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Run A Monitor Self Test

    If your image is flickering when your monitor is first turned on, the monitor may be defective or settings on the monitor or computer are causing the issue. To determine if the issue is with the monitor, perform a self test. To Run A Self Test To run a self test, follow these steps: Power [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Set Your Monitor To The Optimum Refresh Rate In Windows Vista

    If your image is flickering when your monitor is turned on, your monitor may be set to an incorrect refresh rate. The optimum refresh rate for all Samsung LCD monitors, regardless of size, is 60Hz. To Set The Refresh Rate To set the monitor to its optimum refresh rate, follow these steps: [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Monitor Does Not Go Into Sleep Mode

    Select your configuration from the options below. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Set Your Monitor To The Optimum Refresh Rate in Windows 7

    To set the monitor to its optimum refresh rate, follow these steps: Click the Start button, and then click Control Panel. In the Control Panel window, click the Adjust Screen Resolution under Appearance and Personalization. On the Screen Resolution page, click the Advanced Settings [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Set Your Monitor To The Native Resolution In (Mac OS)

    If your image is flickering when the monitor is turned on, the monitor may be set to an incorrect resolution. Set your monitor to the native resolution. If you don't know the native resolution of your monitor, click here to visit the Download Center and download your users manual. To Set The [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • If The Power LED Is Blinking But No Images Appear On The Screen.

    If the power LED on your LCD monitor is blinking and you have no images on the screen, it's likely that you've set your video card to a refresh rate and/or a resolution your monitor can't handle. Your best bet is to reset the refresh rate to 60 Hz, which is the optimum refresh rate for all [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Power When Connected To A Surge Protector Or (UPS) Uninterruptible Power Supply

    If your monitor does not power on when connected to a Surge Protector or Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), try the following steps in order. Attempt to power on the monitor after each step: Make sure that your surge protector or UPS has power and that the power switch is on. Test the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Set Your Monitor To The Native Resolution In Windows 7

    If you don't know the native resolution of your monitor click here to download your users manual. Setting Your Monitor To Its Native Resolution in Windows 7 To set your monitor to its native resolution, follow these steps: Click the Start button, and then click Control Panel. The Control [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Check The Signal Cable

    To determine if the flickering image is caused by your signal cable, follow these steps: Turn off your computer and monitor. Disconnect the cable connecting your monitor to your computer and then make sure that the connections on either end do not have a bent pin(s): If you have a bent [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Power When Connected Directly To An Electrical Outlet

    If your monitor does not power on when connected directly into an electrical outlet, try the following steps in order and attempt to power on the monitor after each step: Make sure that your electrical outlet has power. Test the outlet by connecting another device into the outlet, or connect [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • VGA, DVI, Component Or Composite Connection With Windows XP

    If your monitor does not go into sleep mode, your computer may be set to prevent this function. Follow the steps below to resolve this issue: Close or minimize all of the programs on your computer. Right click on your desktop. A Menu appears Click Properties. The Display Properties Menu [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • HDMI Connection

    The graphics card in your computer sends out a standby signal, when your computer enters sleep mode, to inform the monitor to enter sleep mode. This signal is not sent through an HDMI connection. Therefore, when your monitor is connected to your computer through an HDMI cable, the monitor will [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Set Your Monitor To Its Optimum Refresh Rate In Windows 2000/XP

    If your image is flickering when your monitor is turned on, your monitor may be set to an incorrect refresh rate. The optimum refresh rate for all Samsung LCD monitors, regardless of size, is 60Hz. To Set The Refresh Rate To set the refresh rate in Windows 2000 or XP to 60Hz, follow these [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Monitor Does Not Come Out Of Sleep Mode

    If your monitor does not come out of sleep mode, there is a connectivity issue with your computer. To resolve this issue, follow the steps below: This issue may be caused by your signal cable. Try using a different cable to verify if your cable is defective. If the issue is still not resolved [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Run A Monitor Self Test

    If your power LED is blinking but no images appear on the screen, the monitor may be defective or settings on the monitor or computer are causing the issue. To determine if the issue is with the monitor, perform a self test. To Run A Self Test To run a self test, follow these steps: Power [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Set Your Monitor To The Native Resolution In Windows 98/Me/2000/XP

    If your image is flickering when the monitor is turned on, the monitor may be set to an incorrect resolution. Set your monitor to the native resolution. If you don't know the native resolution of your monitor, click here to visit the Download Center and download your users manual. To Set The [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Set Your Monitor To The Optimum Refresh Rate In Windows 98/ME

    If your image is flickering when your monitor is turned on, your monitor may be set to an incorrect refresh rate. The optimum refresh rate for all Samsung LCD monitors, regardless of size, is 60Hz. To Set The Refresh Rate To set the refresh rate to 60Hz, follow these steps: Click the Start [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Check The Signal Cable

    To determine if your monitor gradually brightening when turned on is caused by your signal cable, follow these steps: Turn off your computer and monitor. Disconnect the cable connecting your monitor to your computer and then make sure that the connections on either end do not have a bent [Troubleshooting Guide]

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