readme.txt Driver File Contents (proviewpnp.exe)

    
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PROVIEW ELECTRONICS (TAIWAN) CO.,LTD.       Revision Date:Oct.14,1999   Rev.:1.1
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Purpose:
======= Installing your monitor driver and Use the information file (PROVIEW.INF) 
        for Microsoft Windows 95/98. 

Contents:
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	1.0  Introduction

	2.0  Installing the *.INF file
		
	3.0  Troubleshooting

1.0  Introduction
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	PROVIEW'S Plug & Play monitors are designed to work with Windows'95/98
	operating system. PROVIEW monitors comply with VESA DDC (Display  
	Data Channel) Standards and are Plug & Play compatible. With the use
	of a DDC compatible video card, the EDID (Extended Display Identification) 
	can be read from the PROVIEW Monitor by Plug & Play compatible software,
        such as Windows '95/98.  In order for Windows '95/98 to detect the new
        monitor, you must ensure that the following minimum requirements are met:
	
	(1).A DDC compatible video card is installed.If your video card is not 
	    DDC compatible,then autodetection will not work.	    

	(2).DDC detection is enabled in Windows '95/98.This should be the case
	    if you installed a DDC compatible video card.The *.INF file supplied	     
	    with the video card should enable DDC in Windows '95/98.If this is not
	    the case, then autodetection will fail.	    

	(3).A DDC compatible monitor with its *.INF file installed into Windows '95/98.		    

2.0  Installing the *.INF file
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	Use the mouse and click in the following order:

        (1).To push mouse's right buttom on Wallpaper of computer's Background then 		
	    select "Properties" to adjust Display Properties. Or you can go through 	
	    Display icon on Control Panel.

	(2).Select "Settings" function.

	(3).To click "Change Display Type" to change your monitor type.

	(4).To click "Change" on Monitor Type, NOT Adapter Type, please note.

	(5).To click "Have Disk" function on Select Device table.

	(6).On Install From Disk table, please click "Browse" then select Drives to	
	    disk C and Folders to "c:\proview" to find out the Win95/98 driver's	
	    information of "proview.inf".

	(7).Confirm the details to finish the installation.

	The correct model for your monitor should be displayed if the requirements for
	DDC detection are met, otherwise, choose your monitor from a list of monitors.
	Choose "OK" and closed all windows.	

3.0  TroubleShooting
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     Problem:  AutoDetection doesn't work.
     Solution: Is DDC enable in Windows '95/98?
		      
	       (1).(Right Click) My Computer
	       (2).--Properties
	       (3).--Device Manager
	       (4).--Monitor

	       If "Unknown Monitor" is displayed, then the problem could be:
		 
	       (1).Damaged or wrong video cable?
	       (2).Bad EDID data?
	       (3).Non-DDC video card?
	       (4).DDC detection is not enabled in Windows '95/98?
		 
	       If "Plug and Play Monitor (VESA DDC) " is displayed, then DDC is enabled, 
	       but the *.INF files was not correctly installed or the *.INF file might
	       be damaged.Run installation procedure again or obtain the latest copy 
	       of the *.INF file. 
	       






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