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11. Troubleshooting
11. Troubleshooting
Possible cause and remedy
. The icon is not shown in the noti±cation area.
Click “Start” - “(All) Programs” - “EIZO” - “ScreenManager Pro
for LCD” - “ScreenManager Pro for LCD Ver x.x.x” to start up the
. The icon is in monochrome.
Con±rm the USB cable is correctly connected.
Turn off the PC power, then turn it back on.
If the problem persists, follow the procedure described in
“Manual Setting” (page 25)
. Auto FineContrast is disabled.
The Auto FineContrast function requires the ScreenManager
Pro for LCD setting icon is resident in the noti±cation area.
Con±rm “Activate Auto FineContrast” option in the “Auto
FineContrast” tab is checked.
Close the setting window. (Closing the setting window enables
the function.)
. Hot key is disabled.
Timer is disabled.
Close the setting window. (Closing the setting window enables
the function.)
. WindowMovie mode does not work.
WindowMovie mode may not work with some movie ±le.
Gamma correction, Direct Draw and Direct Draw Overlay
functions are required for the graphics board to activate the
WindowMovie mode. Run checker application from the menu
window of the CD-ROM to con±rm that your graphic board
meets these functions.
. Alarm is not activated (Timer).
Con±rm the “Activate alarm 5 minutes before turning off the
monitor” is checked.
Click the “Alarm sound” to specify the sound ±le.
7. “WindowMovie” mode is not selected.
If your OS is Windows Vista or Windows 7, the “WindowMovie”
mode is not available because overlay is not supported.
8. A function cannot be set or performed.
Set or perform the function of ScreenManager Pro for LCD after
ColorNavigator adjustment or SelfCorrection is ±nished.
For Multi-monitor Setting only
8. The target monitor cannot be controlled, or
the other monitor is controlled instead of
target monitor.
USB connected monitor might not related correctly to the
software. Follow the procedure described in
“Manual Setting”
(page 25).