4. Select the "Monitor" tab.
5. Click the "Change" button in the "Monitor Type" area.
6. Choose "Specify the location of the driver".
7. Choose "Display a list of all the driver in a specific location.." then click "Next" button.
8. Click the "Have Disk" button
9. Specify A:\(D:\driver) then click "OK" button.
10. Select "Show all devices" and choose the monitor that corresponds to the one you
connected to your computer and click "OK".
11. Continue choosing "Close" button and "OK" button until you close the Display Properties
(You can get some other screen for warning message or others, then click the appreciate
option for your monitor.)
1. Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, and then double-click Display icon.
2. In Display Registration Information window, click Settings Tab and then click All Display
3. Select a mode that you wish to use (Resolution, Number of colors and Vertical frequency)
and then click OK.
4. Click Apply button if you see the screen working normally after clicking Test. If the screen
is not normal, change to a different mode (lower mode of resolution, colors or frequency).
Note: If there is no Mode at All Display Modes, select the level of resolution and vertical
frequency by referring to the
Linux Operating System
To execute X-Window, you need to make the X86Config file, which is a type of system setting
1. Press Enter at the first and the second screen after executing the X86Config file.
2. The third screen is for setting your mouse.
3. Set a mouse for your computer.
4. The next screen is for selecting a keyboard.
5. Set a Keyboard for your computer.
6. The next screen is for setting your monitor.
7. First of all, set a horizontal frequency for your monitor. (You can enter the frequency
8. Set a vertical frequency for your monitor. (You can enter the frequency directly.)
9. Enter the model name of your monitor. This information will not affect the actual
execution of X-Window.
10. You have finished setting up your monitor.
Execute X-Window after setting other requested hardware.
NT Operating System
Preset Timing Modes
in the user guide.