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Description Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Apr 15, 2011 ENGLISH 16.06 pdf Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Apr 15, 2011 SPANISH 16.57 pdf Email
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Samsung AllShare Software 2.1

Win XP/Vista/Windows 7 Jul 29, 2011 MULTI LANGUAGE 3.67 pdf

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  • What DVI Cable Do I Need For My Samsung DVI Compatible Monitor?

    Samsung monitors that are DVI compatible use a DVI-D (Digital) Single Link input cable or a DVI-I (Analog) Single Link cable. You can connect the DVI-D input port on your monitor to a video card that has either: A DVI-D Single or Dual Link output port. A DVI-I Single or Dual Link output [FAQs]

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    HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is a specification developed by Intel Corporation to protect digital content passed between DVI (Digital Video Interface) compliant video transmitters (computers, for example) and DVI compliant video receivers (monitors, televisions, etc In the past [FAQs]

  • How Do I Select ICC Color Profiles?

    ICC color profiles control how colors look on your monitor. When you select an ICC profile, you first associate it with your monitor, and then, if you choose, make it the default profile. You can associate more than one ICC color profile with your monitor, but only one profile at a time can be [FAQs]

  • How Do I Retain The Display On My Monitor After Closing My Laptop? (Windows 7 And Vista)

    Important: The steps below are a functionality of your computer, not your monitor. If this troubleshooting does not work or any of the options are grayed out, please contact your computer manufacturer for further troubleshooting. Click on the Start button. Type Power Options into the [FAQs]

  • How To Perform a Self Test

    This video shows you how to test a range of video problems to determine if the problem is in the monitor or not. [How-To Video]

  • Physical Damage

    Cracked, Torn, or Broken LCD Screens If the LCD screen on your monitor is cracked, torn, or broken, you really have only two alternatives: Setting up a service appointment with Samsung to have the screen replaced as an out of warranty repair. Note: You cannot replace the screen yourself. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Extend To A Second Monitor

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  • Misplaced Or Damaged CD

    If you have misplaced or have a damaged CD for your monitor, click here to visit the Download Center. If you need or require a replacement CD click here to visit Samsungs online parts distributor J&J International at samsungparts.com. [Troubleshooting Guide]

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    All Samsung Monitors are Plug and Play compatible. Plug and Play means that your operating system (Windows, Mac and most versions of Linux and UNIX) along with a properly installed video card will detect your monitor and will know the supported resolutions and refresh rates. Click Your [Troubleshooting Guide]

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  • Powering On/Off And Pairing The 3D Glasses

    Power the Glasses On or Off To power on or off your 3D glasses, press the power button and release. Power On: The LED light on the Power button will light up green for 1 second and then disappear. The glasses are now powered On. Power Off: The LED light on the Power button will light up [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: Important: Some Samsung monitors have a power switch on the back as well as a power button on the front. If your monitor [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 (UPS) Uninterruptible Power Supply device, try the following steps in order and attempt to power on the monitor after each step: Important: Some Samsung monitors have a power switch on the back as well as a power button [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • 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]

  • 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 Screen Flickers When First Turned On

    To determine the reason your monitor flickers when turned on, follow the steps below. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Monitor Does Not Go Into Sleep Mode

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

  • Monitor Turns Off And On Repeatedly Or Shuts Itself Off

    Important: This article assumes that your monitor is powering off and on or has shut itself off. If the power light on your monitor stays on, but the image goes blank, click here for Blank Screen/No Image. If your monitor turns off and on repeatedly or turns itself off, use the following [Troubleshooting Guide]

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