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Lenovo TDW680 User Manual

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This document is intended for network administrators.
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    DDENDUM FOR THE PROJECTOR About this Document This document is intended for network administrators. Copyright This publication, including all photographs, illustrations and software, is protected under international copy- right laws, with all rights reserved. Neither this document, nor any of the material contained herein, may be reproduced without written consent of the author.

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    OS: Windows 2000 (Chinese/English version) Windows XP (Chinese/English version) Windows 98 is not supported. Recommended NIC models Brand Model 802.11 Protocol CISCO AIR-PCM340 ORINOCO ORINOCO GOLD INTEL Centrino NETGEAR WG511 LINKSYS WPC54G Projector Lenovo Wireless Projector TDW680 Lenovo Wireless Projector TDW660...

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    3. Unique USB Device Play With the built-in USB port, Lenovo Wireless Projector can play the pictures stored in the flash disk without connecting to a computer. It supports the current popular five picture formats, which are JPG, BMP, GIF, PCX and PNG.

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    TDW680 applications allow user to perform quick projection to the binding projector by using hotkeys (Ctrl+F5), making the projection more convenient. 9. NIC Management TDW680 allows user to select one of the wireless NICs to project, enjoying the fun of both Internet Surfing and projecting. Compatible with TDW660 TDW680 application is compatible with TDW 660, which can not only realize the TDW 680 project, also support the TDW660 project.

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    Windows 2000 OS. Installation 1. Insert the “ TDW680 Wireless projector” CD to CD-ROM driver, and CD will run automatically, se- lect “ English” , then click “ Software Installation” . The following screen will appear, Click “ Next” to continue: Note: please select English version here.

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    Note: Select “ Change...” to change the installation path. 3. The following screen will appear, click “ Install” :...

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    4. You will get a prompt of “ Windows Logo testing” , click “ Continue Anyway” . 5. Install Lenovo IGRS...

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    6. The following prompt will appear during the installation of Lenovo IGRS, click “ Yes” to continue. 7. The following screen will appear, Click “ Next” to continue:...

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    Notes: Select “ Add Desktop Shortcut” to run the “ Lenovo Wireless Projector” program more conven- iently. 8. The following screen will appear, Click “ Finish” to complete the installation, your computer will be restarted now or later according to your choice.

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    When uninstalling, please click “ Start/applications/Lenovo Wireless Projector” on the bottom left corner of the computer screen, and select “ Uninstall Lenovo Wireless Projector” . as shown below: The following screen will appear, click “ Yes” to confirm the uninstallation.

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    Note: The projector can be operated normally only after restarting the computer.

  • Page 12: Function Description

    Method 2 of starting “ Lenovo Wireless Project” Program: If you select “ Add Desktop Shortcut” during the installation, you may double click the shortcut icon af- ter restarting the system to directly run the “ Lenovo Wireless Projector” program. As shown below:...

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    After starting the Wireless Projection, the Refresh screen will display and the “ Lenovo Wireless Pro- jector” tray icon will appear on the bottom right corner of the screen. If you put the mouse point over the tray icon, you may see the information about the current wireless projection.

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    Notes: If no wireless card is found, the system will give you a message: At the same time, the tray icon on the bottom right corner of the PC screen will display as gray, if you put the mouse point over the icon, you may see a message of “ Current card: Not found!” . Please plug in the wireless NIC, and then try again! Starting Projection In the wireless projector list searched, click to select one projector, and the selected one will display...

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    “ Project” , and the selected projector will perform the wireless project, as shown below: While performing the wireless projection, if you put the mouse point over the “ Lenovo Wireless Pro- jector” tray icon on the bottom right corner of the screen, you may see relevant information such as Projector ID, NIC used and Signal intensity etc., as shown below:...

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    After starting the wireless project program and one projector has been bound, you may perform the quick projection to the binding projector by using hotkeys (Ctrl+F5). Setting the Bind projector After starting the wireless project program, you may select one projector in the current projector list, right click the blue mark to display “...

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    Status of Projector: You may view the attribute of projector, there are five main working status of projector: Ready, being used by other users, ongoing USB play, ongoing wired projection and Unknown. The projector in Ready status is available for use. Projector’...

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    USB Play: Select “ USB Play” to switch the play mode to USB play. Project Configuration Right click the “ Lenovo Wireless Projector” tray icon on the bottom right corner of the screen, select “ Configuration” to open “ Configuration” window.

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    If “ Quick projection” is checked, which means to allow user to bind the projector. The default is checked. ID number of the binding projector will appear in the box below “ Quick projection” , as shown above. When you use press hotkeys (Ctrl+F5) to perform the quick projection, you may see the projecting confirmation dialog, as shown below: Click “...

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    Switch Card Right click the “ Lenovo Wireless Projector” tray icon on the bottom right corner of the screen, select “ Configuration” to open the “ Configuration” window. Select “ Switch card” .

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    NIC to project by clicking the drop-down menu, as shown below: After the configuration, put the mouse point over the “ Lenovo Wireless Projector” tray icon, and you may see the below information of the selected NIC.

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    9- Close panel: Close the controller. USB Play The “ USB Play” option can only be shown on the “ Lenovo Wireless Projector” tray menu (on the bottom right corner of computer side) when the projector is on the “ Projecting” status. as shown be-...

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    Right click the “ Lenovo Wireless Projector” icon in the tray, select “ USB play” to bring up the USB play interface at the projector side, you can play the pictures stored in flash disk of the projector.

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    After ending the projection, your original network environment will be restored, and other computers can use this projector to perform the wireless projection. Quit After completing the projection, right click “ Lenovo Wireless Projector” icon in the tray to select “ Quit” , to exit “ Lenovo Wireless Projector” program.

  • Page 25: Main Functions

    1. Starting USB play and operation method Starting USB play: 1. When the projector is on “ Projecting” status, right click “ Lenovo Wireless Projector” icon in the tray (on the right bottom of computer), then select “ USB Play” in the tray menu.

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    Main Interface 3. Open File Use the simulative mouse function of remote control to click “ Open File” button. The window as shown below will appear, in which lists all the file names and file directories that can be played in USB storage device.

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    Note 2: If the flash disk is set to FD mode, and there is no response when you click “ Open File” , please set the flash disk to HD mode. 4. Auto Page/Manual Page The “ Auto Page/Manual Page” button is a diplex one. After opening file, this file is on Manual Page status, and this button displays as “...

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    The function of “ End Play” button is to end the playing of USB pictures and restore the projector to “ Ready” status. When USB playing, the working status of projector will be on “ USB Play” at the connected com- puter side, and after ending USB play, the working status of projector will be automatically changed to “...

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    “ name” of the projector. This ID number will be shown on the left bottom of the screen after the TDW680 projector is turn on.  Why is the ID number of the projector still not in the list after clicking [Refresh] for several times? Solution 1: Try to search once more (please open its antenna first if Centrino notebook.

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     Why do I get an error message “ Display service does not exist” when I start the program?  VGA card driver may be disabled, please select “ Lenovo WDLP Driver” } in my com- puter/property/hardware/device manager/VGA card, then right click and select “ enable” .

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    The plugged USB device is not supported. Please try with other type of USB device such as a flash disk of Lenovo or Netac.  Why aren’ t the files stored in the flash disk displayed? There are no files in this flash disk, or the picture file format stored in this flash disk is not supported.

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     How to create an index file? The index file is a plain text file with the suffix name as .idx. The content of the index file is a se- quence of the files to be played. There should be no space in the file names. The index file and the picture files should be in the same directory.

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    RS32 PIN ASSIGNMENT (PS PORT) FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

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    FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION INTERFERENCE STATEMENT This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

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