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Windows Monitor Information Disk Read Me

About the Monitor Information Disk

This disk contains information for the monitor's resolution selection and color display. To achieve the best performance of the monitor, the computer system must have the accurate information for the monitor resolution. There are two ways to convey the accurate information of your monitor and to set it up for yoursystem.

Check if your computer system (including the graphic adaptor etc.) is compatible to "Plug & Play" for VESA DDC.
If your computer system is DDC compatible, you have only to connect the monitor, and your computer will automatically import the monitor's resolution information, and will display the manufacturer and model. You can select the resolution from the Control Panel.
If yourcomputer system does not have the DDC function, you will need to install the necessary data from this disk to the Windows95/98/2000 system to be able to use the monitor under perfect condition. If you are operating a Windows NT or Macintosh system, the INF disk is not needed.
Setup instructions are as follows:

When you first connect the monitor to a Windows 98 computer

When you first connect thismonitor to your computer and the "Add New Hardware Wizard" appears after you click "Add New Hardware," follow these instructions.

1. Click [Next] until the "What do you want Windows to do?" dialog box appears.
2. Click to mark "Search for the best driver for your device. (Recommended)," and click [Next].
3. Insert the Monitor Information Disk to the CD-ROM drive on your computer, click tomark "CD-ROM Drive," then click [Next].
4. Click [Next] twice, then click [Finish].

For Windows 98

1. Choose [Settings] from the [Start] menu, select [Control Panel], and then double click the "Display" icon.
2. Select the "Settings" tab, and then click "Advanced" on the right-bottom side of the dialog box.
3. Select the "Monitor" tab, click to mark "Automatically detect Plug & Playmonitors," and then click [Change].
4. Click [Next] until the "What do you want Windows to do?" dialog box appears.
5. Click to check "Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so you can select the driver you want," and then click [Next].
6. When the "Model" dialog box appears, click [Have Disk].
7. Insert the Monitor Information Disk to the CD-ROM drive on your computer, and makesure that the CD-ROM drive is shown on the "Copy manufacture's files from" (ex. "D:"), then click [OK].
8. Select "Show all hardware," select the model name of this monitor in the hardware tree, then click [Next].
9. Click [Next] until "Windows has finished installing the driver you selected for your hardware device." appears, then click [Finish].
10. Make sure that the monitor's name shows thepreviously selected model name, and then click [Apply].
11. Remove the CD-ROM disk from the CD-ROM drive.

For Windows 95

1. Choose [Settings] from the [Start] menu, select [Control Panel], and then double click the "Display" icon.
2. Select the "Settings" tab, then click "Advanced Properties."
3. Select the "Monitor" tab, then click [Change].
4. When the "Select device" dialog boxappears, click [Have disk].
5. Insert the Monitor Information Disk to the CD-ROM drive on your computer, and make sure that the CD-ROM drive is shown on the "Copy manufacture's files from" (ex. "D:"), then click [OK].
6. Make sure that the monitor's name shows the previously selected model name, and then click [OK].
7. Remove the CD-ROM disk from the CD-ROM drive.

For Windows 2000

1. Choose[Settings] from the [Start] menu, select [Control Panel], and then double click the "Display" icon.
2. Select the "Settings" tab, and then click "Advanced" on the right-bottom side of the dialog box.
3. Select the "Monitor" tab, click to mark "Hide modes that this monitor cannot display." in the "Monitor Settings" field, then click [Properties].
4. Select "Driver," then click [Update driver].
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